The Maryland Chamber of Commerce (the Maryland Chamber) has entered the battle against Maryland’s unconstitutional personal income tax regime. Filing asamicus curiae before the U.S. Supreme Court in Maryland State Comptroller of the Treasury v. Wynne, the Maryland Chamber identified the fatal flaw with Maryland’s personal income tax: by not providing full relief to Maryland residents for income taxes paid to other states, Maryland subjects its residents to multiple taxation.

The Maryland Chamber highlighted the far-reaching implications of this case to Maryland businesses. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in this case on November 12, and is expected to release its opinion later in the year.

Read the full amicus brief Sutherland filed on behalf of the Maryland Chamber.