Issue: Whether Utah’s tax code—which extends a credit for income taxes
paid to other states but does not extend a similar
credit for income taxes paid to foreign countries or
make other adjustments for foreign income, resulting in a double taxation of income that state
residents earn from foreign commerce—discriminates against foreign commerce in violation
of the dormant commerce clause.
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