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CONCORD, NH – Following the U.S. Supreme Court denying a motion to hear New Hampshire v. Massachusetts, a case challenging Massachusetts’s taxation of nonresident remote workers, Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire (AFP-NH) State Director Greg Moore issued the following statement:
“Massachusetts’ cash grab hurts Granite Staters who followed COVID-19 protocols from the state of Massachusetts. This effort forces any former Massachusetts commuter, no matter where they live, to pay the state’s high income taxes. Granite Staters across the political spectrum recognize the harm this would have on workers. We will continue to advocate for Granite Staters workers and oppose out-of-state tax hikes on New Hampshire residents.”
AFP-NH has been at the forefront of protecting Granite Staters from the Massachusetts regulation that punishes New Hampshire workers. Last year, the grassroots group testified before the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Rulings and Regulations Bureau and submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court with a coalition of taxpayer advocacy organizations.
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