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- Stipulates that Members of Congress may not, for purposes of State income tax laws, be treated as residents of any State other than the State from which they were elected. ... Read more >
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Last Action: Jul 24, 1975
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TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S. 2447, PROVIDING THAT MEMBERS OF CONGRESS MAY NOT, FOR THE PURPOSE OF STATE INCOME TAX LAWS, BE TREATED AS RESIDENTS FROM ANY OTHER STATE THAN FROM THE STATE FROM WHICH THEY WERE ELECTED.Jul 20, 1976 midnight
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