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3 points in .3 Discussion series with Prof. Adam Thimmesch

12:30 pm–1:00 pm
We know lawyers bill time in six-minute increments. In this new virtual program, Nebraska Law faculty and administrators will present different areas of work or research each week, individually only lasting 18 minutes. The presenter will have 12 minutes to present their material, then attendees will have six minutes to ask questions. The series will run each Wednesday from Jan. 20-May 5 in a virtual format.

In this session, Prof. Thimmesch will discuss State Taxes in Times of Fiscal Distress State tax revenues are highly susceptible to change based on prevailing economic factors. States’ taxing practices also expose their tax revenues to risk of federal law changes that trickle down to their own tax codes. Professor Thimmesch will present his research evaluating how states have been severely impacted by both of these factors during the pandemic and outline his policy recommendations for states to help them better manage during fiscal crises. To register, visit

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