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Old August 6, 2018, 09:32 PM   #23
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And another aspect of the Georgia/Delta situation... Delta did not even have a fuel tax credit at the time. It had expired in 2015, and the issue in 2018 was that many legislatures proposed bringing delta's tax credits back until they cut ties with NRA. So Delta didn't even have the tax credit taken away... Georgia just chose not to give a tax credit that the legislature had previously proposed.

This as opposed to new York state is in a lawsuit for trying to meddle in how private organizations conduct business with other private organizations by threatening to bar it from doing business in the state of they don't bend to the state government whims. And NRA is insinuating that they have standing and have already suffered harm from this. So it is similar to georgia, but way worse. One action is in poor taste, one is much worse.
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