In Featherstone v. Norman, 170 Ga. 370, at page 379, the Supreme Court of Georgia held that the taxation of income was clearly within the taxing power of the state and that its valid exercise by the legislature was in no way dependent upon a constitutional grant of authority.Summary of this case from Opinion to the Governor
DOCKET NO. CAF 13-00931 DOCKET NO. V-05332-10-13F
PRESENT: , P.J., SMITH, FAHEY, PERADOTTO, AND VALENTINO, JJ.
Petitioner-appellant having moved for permission to proceed as a poor person and for assignment of counsel on the appeal taken herein from an order of the Family Court, Onondaga County, entered in the Office of the Clerk of said Court on May 10, 2013,
Now, upon reading and filing the affidavit of Pamela Featherstone, sworn to May 21, 2013, and the notice of motion with proof of service thereof, and due deliberation having been had thereon,
It is hereby ORDERED that the motion is denied.
FRANCES E. CAFARELL, Clerk