Taxpayers’ revolt: Are constitutional limits desirable? (1978) | ARCHIVES
Articles | Blog

Taxpayers’ revolt: Are constitutional limits desirable? (1978) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents public policy forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, Taxpayers’ Revolt, are Constitutional Limits Desirable? Peter Hackes: Hardly a day goes by that there isn’t […]

Continue Reading...

The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment
Articles | Blog

The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment

right a publicity in the first amendment to write a publicity is not The Constitutional Right. The right of publicity is fundamentally an economic right. It’s the right to exploit your name image or likeness for commercial gain The right of publicity is not mentioned in the Constitution. Unlike copyright or patents, it’s not there. […]

Continue Reading...

Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act
Articles | Blog

Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act

Hi I’m Mike Marlin I’m the director of the California Braille and Talking Book Library part of the California State Library. We provide materials to people who are blind low vision or otherwise print disabled for example an organic reading disabilities such as dyslexia or persons who have sustained injuries such as veterans of the […]

Continue Reading...

PBS NewsHour full episode October 30, 2019
Articles | Blog

PBS NewsHour full episode October 30, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: California burning. Winds pick up in the Golden State, fueling already dangerous fires, as a power company falls under greater scrutiny over its role in the crisis. Then: As migrants continue to make the perilous trek to the southern border, new figures reveal the […]

Continue Reading...

How to File a Schedule A Using the Upload Feature
Articles | Blog

How to File a Schedule A Using the Upload Feature

In this video we will show you how to file a Schedule A using the upload feature. Of course, all of this information is confidential as you go through this process. Schedule A is for the allocation of district taxes. The schedule below populates the districts for your registered California locations as well as any […]

Continue Reading...