And in a follow up to an earlier post:

Ex-NFL player’s suit against Cleveland’s ‘jock tax’ sent to mediation by Ohio Supreme Court

COLUMBUS, Ohio—Two lawsuits disputing the constitutionality of Cleveland’s unique way of taxing visiting professional athletes have been referred to mediation, the Ohio Supreme Court announced Tuesday.


In their lawsuits, former Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday and former Chicago Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer allege that Cleveland unfairly charges visiting players higher municipal income taxes than other out-of-town workers.

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