(178.) Leila Kheiry, Head Tax
Lawsuit Could Affect Ketchikan, KTOO PUB.
The article continues with a discussion of the head tax
, which it refers to as a "discriminatory law" (p.
(105) Poll taxes, also called head taxes
or capitations, (106) existed in all of the New England states (107) and in most other states as well.
Chan and Lee's plays also add significant context to the polarized legal debates surrounding the legacy of the Chinese Head Tax
and subsequent Exclusion Act, gesturing to the belief "that Canada's immigration regime and anti-Chinese racism needed to be contextualized within this broader colonial period of nation-formation" (Mawani "Cleansing" 1356).
That superefficient tax is a head tax
, by which all individuals are taxed the same amount, regardless of income or any other individual characteristics.
He has been national Chairman of the Chinese Canadian National Council, founding director of the Head Tax
Families Society of Canada, and director and President of the Association of Chinese Canadians for Equality and Solidarity Society.
The head tax
partner at Ernst & Young, however, told the hearing that an Irish resident company could be deemed to be trading in Britain if U.K.-based employees had habitually concluded deals on behalf of an Irish company.
When the 1882 Exclusion Act in the US and the 1886 head tax
legislation in Canada caused a shortage of Chinese labour, Japanese contractors filled the void and recruited Japanese labour to Seattle from 1906 to 1914.
Sebellius, "Even when the Direct Tax Clause was written it was unclear what else, other than a capitation (also known as a "head tax
" or a "poll tax"), might be a direct tax.
After a lot of outreach and hard work, Alaska ACT achieved the compromise it was looking for when the Alaska Legislature passed a bill to reduce the head tax
by $11.50 per person in 2010.
If that restriction has already been repealed by "political constitutionalism," why is there no precedent of any kind for such a head tax
Returning evil for the contribution of more than 15,000 young Chinese men who helped build the Canadian Pacific Railway, Canada imposed in 1885 a 50-Canadian-dollar head tax
on every Chinese immigrant who wanted to stay in the country.