Question: The U S Tax Court is a national court that
The U. S. Tax Court is a national court that hears cases of taxpayers who may appeal to various geographical courts of appeals. How does the Tax Court reconcile the opposite holdings of two or more of these courts of appeals for taxpayers who work or reside in different parts of the country?
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