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EOB: Board Rejects Hart's Tax Appeal

Idaho’s state Board of Tax Appeals has rejected Rep. Phil Hart’s bid to appeal an order to pay $53,000 in back state income taxes, penalties and interest, saying his appeal wasn’t timely. Hart argued that he should have months extra to file his appeal because of the state Constitution’s provision granting freedom from arrest or civil process to state legislators during legislative sessions; the appeal period ran out 10 days before the start of this year’s legislative session. You can read the decision here/Betsy Russell, Eye On Boise.

Factoid: 88 percent of Huckleberries Online voters consider Rep. Phil Hart to be a "habitual tax scofflaw" while only 9% consider him to be a "principled tax resister." What would you say to the 9% who are standing by their man?




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