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"Moving to paper is absolutely the happening trend."

Wendy Underhill on how some states are returning to paper ballots to reduce the threat of cyberattacks, in Governing.

"Basing those fees off of power is not an accurate proxy of use or damage caused [to roads]."

Kevin Pula on a Missouri study on charging vehicle registration fees according to the car's fuel efficiency rather than engine power, which is used currently, in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

"Since professional athletes' salaries and travel schedules are publicly available, they are ripe targets for state tax authorities."

Jackson Brainerd on complicated state "jock taxes" athletes and others must pay on the income they earn while performing in a state they don't live in, in Bloomberg BNA.

"This has been as much of a...

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