New York Governor Charles Evans Hughes said in his 1910 Message of Submission of the Proposed Sixteenth Amendment to the State Legislature.
What does 16A stand for?
16A stands for Sixteenth Amendment
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- 16-State Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
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- Assault Person Assisting Police (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Assaults Official (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Minor Assaults (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Miscellaneous Common Assault (police radio code; New Zealand)
- 16-Ary Amplitude and Phase Shift Keying
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- Sixteen-Level Differentially-Encoded Amplitude/Phase-Shift Keying
- Sextodecimo (book paper size)
- 16 Phase 4 Amplitudes (radio)
- Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire
- Sixteen-Phase Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
- Robbery in Progress - person (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The plain meaning of the Second Amendment--if there is one--is palatable only to libertarians who find the plain meaning of other parts of the Constitution, such as the Sixteenth Amendment, anathema.
104(a)(2) was a violation of the Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution.
The court had ruled that although a plaintiff's damages were not exempt from taxes under a 1996 modification to the tax code, the award for nonphysical injuries wasn't income within the meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment, so any tax on it would be unconstitutional.
the framers of the Sixteenth Amendment would not have understood compensation for a personal injury--including a nonphysical injury--to be income.
The Revenue Act of 1909 and ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment in 1913.
The main argument of taxation protesters like Schulz, involves the Sixteenth Amendment which states: "Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.