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Louisiana H.B. 1044 – a bill drafted by CMOR – has passed both the State House and Senate with unanimous approval and awaits the signature of Governor Bobby Jindal (R). The proposed law would combat political persuasion calls (also known as ‘political telemarketing’ or ‘push polls’) while protecting legitimate survey and opinion research (including message testing).
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Louisiana Act 810 – legislation drafted by CMOR – which had passed both the State House and Senate with unanimous approval was signed yesterday by Governor Bobby Jindal (R). The law will combat political persuasion calls (also known as ‘political telemarketing’ or ‘push polls’) while protecting legitimate survey and opinion research (including message testing).
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What are the federal income tax reporting requirements for incentives offered for participation in research?
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CMOR in late February helped defeat Louisiana House Bill 58—legislation that would have severely harmed political survey and opinion research with residents of Louisiana.
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In 1981, the R&D Tax Credit (also known as the Research & Experimentation Tax Credit) was signed into law. It was envisioned as a temporary measure to incentivize companies to keep high-tech jobs in the United States and boost corporate growth. Since then, the tax credit has been extended at least a dozen times.According to the explanations on IRS Form 6765 , research expenditures that qualify for the credit “ must be undertaken for discovering information that is technological in ...
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In less than a month’s time, CMOR convinced Florida election officials to retract an advisory opinion which would have prohibited political issue polling in Florida.
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Pharmaceutical marketing research and data analytics companies should not be required to assume responsibility for formal reporting of adverse events (AEs) uncovered during routine pharmaceutical marketing research and data analytics in the U.S. because:
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Effective October 1, 2006, information services are subject to New Jersey sales and use tax.
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"In your letter, you ask various questions concerning access to the National Do Not Call Registry by members of the market or opinion research industry."
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Diane Bowers, President of CMOR, submitted the following testimony on June 22, 1993 at a Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee hearing on the Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act (S. 984)
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