Osaka – The Osaka District Court on Thursday issued a ruling invalidating the central government’s decision to substantially cut special tax revenue grants for a city in western Japan that collected a massive amount of money under the country’s furusato nōzei hometown donation system.
The city of Izumisano in Osaka Prefecture had sued the state, claiming that the decision was unlawful and invalid.
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