MUTUAL EXCLUSION DOCTRINE
A reciprocal agreement between federal and state and local taxing bodies that mandates mutual exclusion in taxation. The interest earned on federal debt is tax-free at the state or local level. Also, any debt released by a state or local government is free from federal taxation.
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