The 4th Circuit, however, ruled that where a tax is a punitive regulatory fee only applicable to a single company, the Tax Injunction Act should not be used to block federal courts from hearing the case.
What does TIA stand for?
TIA stands for Tax Injunction Act
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Stalder, (1) the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that the Tax Injunction Act (TIA) of 1937 prevents the federal courts from exercising jurisdiction over any case in which a victory for the plaintiff might reduce state revenues.
The appeals court held that the 35% deduction was not a "tax" within the meaning of the Tax Injunction Act but that the inmate class had sufficiently demonstrated standing to challenge the statute as violating the Excessive Fines Clause.