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Burden of proof assigned in internet tax case (access required)

Where an internet provider challenges the Virginia Tax Commissioner’s ruling that the city of Norfolk’s business tax can be levied on gross receipts from internet access services under the grandfather clause in a federal law that bans such taxation, the internet provider has the burden of proof to show that Norfolk’s BPOL does not fall ...