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An Item of Interest...
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- From: email@example.com (Ray DiRossi)
- Date: Thu, 27 Mar 1997 09:19:59 -0600 (CST)
Dr. Peter D. Enrich, Associate Professor -
Northeastern University School of Law, has
published research entitled “Saving the States
from Themselves: Commerce Clause Constraints on
State Tax Incentives for Business,” in the
December 1996 edition of the Harvard Law Review.
This scholarly review eloquently states how state
tax incentives used to attract businesses,
actually harm states and their citizens.
Professor Enrich further argues that the Commerce
Clause may provide the only realistic restraint
for mitigating the “Second Civil War.”
The paper comments extensively on legal aspects of
the Commerce Clause relating to incentive
relocation issues and provides examination of
state tax incentives in the context of the “new
For anyone concerned with mitigation of the
economic development wars presently occurring
between the states, Professor Enrich’s paper is
well worth the read.
I will continue to update you as this issues heats
Charles F Horn
State Senator - Ohio
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