Mass. Top Court Blesses 'Millionaires' Tax' Ballot Question

By Chris Villani (June 22, 2022, 10:19 AM EDT) -- The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on Wednesday rejected a challenge to a ballot question on whether to impose a 4% tax on incomes over $1 million, allowing the issue to go to voters after an earlier version was struck down by a divided court.

A ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will allow voters to decide whether to impose a 4% tax on incomes. (Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images) The state's top court said this case is different from the one that the same lead plaintiff, Christopher Anderson, brought in 2018 to successfully prevent the issue...

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