Should workers be taxed for working in the city, when they're actually working from home?
From Cleveland.com, a Franklin County judge has dismissed a case that had sought to declare illegal the taxing by cities and villages of people who aren’t currently working or living in those places during the pandemic.
The Buckeye Institute, which brought the case and others pending like in Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Lucas county courts, essentially argued that it was illegal to tax people where they neither worked or lived. Judge Carl Aveni, however, dismissed the case.
The Buckeye Institute on Wednesday filed notice that it would appeal.
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