SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Court of Appeals gave wholesale customers in the state another chance to argue their case for eliminating taxes on warehouse club membership fees. The class-action suit, filed by four plaintiffs on behalf of all club members who have paid the Utah tax, will now return to Utah's Third District Court, presided over by Judge Glenn Iwasaki. He is the district court judge who originally heard the class-action suit, filed in 1999, and dismissed it, arguing that the case ...

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