poospatuck indian reservation cigarettes
686 F.3d 94 (2nd Cir. 2012), 10-1926(L), United States v. Morrison
... sales transacted on Native American reservations. According to Morrison, this forbearance policy ... in which the allegedly contraband cigarettes are found must " require" tax stamps to be placed ..., which sold cigarettes on the Unkechauge Indian Nation's Poospatuck Indian Reservation, in ...
- 597 F.3d 115 (2nd Cir. 2010), 09-3942-cv (L), City of New York v. Golden Feather Smoke Shop, Inc.
Indian tribal sovereignty - current issues.
... be required with tribes desiring to be settled on reservations for the relinquishment of their rights to the lands claimed by ... have the authority to tax on-reservation sales of cigarettes (and other products) to non-members of the tribe if the incidence ...This includes one tribe in New York, the Poospatuck (also known as the Unkechaug), which is state-recognized but not ...
- N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 20 § 74.6 - Taxes imposed on qualified reservations
- N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 20 § 529.9 - Certain Indian nations or tribes
- N.Y. Tax Law § 470 - Definitions
Philip Morris USA Sues Retailers Across New York City to Combat Counterfeit Cigarette Sales.
... of the company's Marlboro[R] brand cigarettes in the New York City area. "The New York ...'s Smoke Shop, a smoke shop on the Poospatuck Indian Reservation on Long Island in the U.S. ...
Stealing from the poor to give to the rich: why New York should abandon attempts to collect fuel taxes on reservations.
... impose and collect sales and excise taxes on fuel sold by Indian (1) reservation businesses to non-Indian buyers. (2) The tension ... recognized, reservations lie in Long Island--the Poospatuck Indian Reservation and the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in ... that the sudden imposition of taxes on the sales of cigarettes would have a devastating impact on tribal retailers whose ...
Just cheap butts, or an equal protection violation? New York's failure to tax reservation sales to non-Indians.
... recognizing that New York taxpayers were actively evading sales and excise taxes on cigarettes and gasoline by making tax-free purchases on Indian reservations, tax regulations were passed under ... less than $13.50 per carton.(101) The New York Times reported prices at a store on the Poospatuck reservation in April 1996 to be $16 per carton for Marlboro; $11.50 per carton for Doral; $12 per ...
LEGALIZING, DECOLONIZING, AND MODERNIZING NEW YORK STATE'S INDIAN LAW.
... control, if not outright title, of these remaining "reservations" was deemed crucial to the State's economic security and remained ...'s policy of not collecting taxes on the purchase of cigarettes and gasoline made by non-Indians within Haudenosaunee territory ... sovereigns by the federal government--the Unkechauge (Poospatuck) and Shinnecock--but which are recognized as such by the State. ...