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See Tax Analysts Web Service which provides access to the Tax Analysts' Federal Research Library, a comprehensive federal tax resource that includes the Basic Federal Research, Chief Counsel Advice, and Court Opinions libraries. The Basic Federal Research Library provides essential source materials from the IRS and Treasury, including the Internal Revenue Code, regulations, publications, Circular 230, and more. The library also includes Tax Analysts' popular Federal Tax Baedeker, a plain-English explanation of federal tax law. Also includes access to Tax Analysts' State Research Library -- a comprehensive state tax resource that includes: tax-related statutes and regulations for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, as well as statutes for Puerto Rico (in Spanish), the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam, all of which are updated monthly; a Quick-Reference State Tax Rate Chart for each state, updated biannually, listing business and personal income taxes; state sales and use taxes; estate, inheritance, and gift taxes; and the gasoline tax. Tax-related state supreme court cases for all 50 states and Administrative rulings for New York and California are also available.
The Harvard Law School Library Tax Guide contains a tab for News/Blogs on tax law.