Pat Oglesby works on tax policy for governments and nonprofits. CV link below.
He founded the Center for New Revenue, a tax policy nonprofit, and is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and before the United States Tax Court.
He worked for the Joint Committee on Taxation of the United States Congress from 1982 to 1988, first as a Legislation Attorney under David Brockway and Richard A. Gordon , then as the International Tax Counsel. From 1988 to 1990, under Senator Lloyd Bentsen of Texas, he held the position of Chief Tax Counsel of the Committee on Finance of the United States Senate.
Previously, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the North Carolina Law Review and as Law Clerk to the Honorable John Minor Wisdom of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in New Orleans. He practiced law with Covington and Burling in Washington, D.C., and was an Adjunct Lecturer at the UNC-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School and an Adjunct Professor at the UNC-Chapel Hill Law School. Before law school, he taught in the public schools of North Carolina. He has a B.A. in French from Davidson College, and a J.D. (with High Honors) and M.B.A from UNC-CH.
Oglesby is a co-author of the RAND Report, Considering Marijuana Legalization: Insights for Vermont and Other Jurisdictions, and was co-chair of the Regulatory and Tax Structure Working Group of the California Blue Ribbon Commission on marijuana legalization – a project of Lieutenant Governor Newsom and the ACLU of Northern California. He does not work and has not worked for marijuana sellers.
He lives with his wife of 30-plus years in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. They have a grown daughter.
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In drafting a state legalization law, how do you suggest language for a revenue source to the state which is deductible to the business?
https://newrevenue.org/2014/12/04/wa-fix-for-280e-problem/ has all I know.