multistate

mul·ti·state

 (mŭl′tĭ-stāt′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving several states: a multistate environmental campaign.

multistate

(ˈmʌltɪˌsteɪt)
adj
relating to or involving several states, esp of Australia or the UShaving or existing in several possible states
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Chubb is offering employment practices liability coverage to its personal insurance customers in Connecticut, kicking off a planned multistate product rollout.
Bruce Johnson, Chair of the Multistate Tax Commission, to relay the Institute's growing concerns about aspects of the Commission's stance in respect of corporate activity to minimize income tax liability.
To stay organized and informed, it is essential for them to maintain a state and local tax library with information on all of the different tax categories in each state and locality in which their clients transact business, as well as on multistate matters.
Two congressmen have introduced class-action reform legislation that would move multistate lawsuits from state courts into federal courts.
Other government representatives include Frank Katz of the Multistate Tax Commission, who will discuss business activity nexus, and Daniel Rosen, LMSB Industry Counsel, who will focus on research tax credit developments.
Zone exams--periodic and comprehensive market-conduct exams of every insurer that conducts business on a multistate basis.
86-272, by which Congress set restrictions on states' ability to impose net income taxes on certain multistate businesses.
She formerly served as director of the Multistate Tax Commission's National Nexus Program.
Empire operates in the 28 counties of eastern New York and in multistate employer groups.
Forty years ago, in response to cries from interstate taxpayers for multistate nexus conformity, Congress enacted Public Law 86-272.

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