After the recent activity regarding Michigan's retroactive legislation, this case potentially adds to the growing list of challenges to legislative activity in the states. Previously, the challenges have primarily involved situations regarding the Multistate Tax Compact, where legislation was enacted to retroactively repeal the Compact. A review by the Supreme Court could provide guidance in this area of concern regarding retroactive legislation raised by several taxpayers in multiple states.
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