Ore. High Court Says AG's Tax Reforms Are Too Vague

Law360, New York (January 30, 2014, 7:50 PM EST) -- The Oregon Supreme Court on Thursday sent a proposal that would exempt some companies from paying a state business tax back to the state attorney general, saying it is too vague.

Initiative Petition 30 seeks to overhaul the state's corporate tax regime and eliminate or drastically reduce taxes for some companies and increase them for others. But the Supreme Court said Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's description of the initiative as a modification of the annual minimum sales tax isn't descriptive and sent it back to be...
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