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ASAE Files Response in Lobby Tax Case.

As part of its petition to get the Supreme Court to hear the case, ASAE filed a response countering the U.S. government's assertions that the lobby tax is constitutional as it applies to association lobbying. ASAE reiterated its concern that while it may be constitutional for the government to remove a tax deduction for lobbying, it is not constitutional to disproportionately punish association lobbying activities.

The justices will meet to determine whether to accept the appeal, and may make a decision before June 30.
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Title Annotation:American Society of Association Executives
Publication:Association Management
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2000
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