NCIC Director Crady deGolian Discusses Key Legal Victory for Interstate Compacts

A California court ruling is being hailed as a significant victory for states and the interstate compact mechanism. At issue in the case of The Gillette Company v. The Franchise Tax Board was California’s method of collecting and allocating tax dollars from companies that do business across state lines. More broadly, however, the case brought into question a state’s ability to unilaterally amend the terms of a compact it has joined. 

Crady deGolian, Director of the National Center for Interstate Compacts, discusses the importance of this ruling.  For more information, please see "A Victory for Interstate Compacts."

 

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