Virginia Tax Hike May Get Panel Vote Tuesday

Vadum, Matthew
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/16/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31864, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Virginia's Senate Finance Committee will vote on the sales tax increase plan approved by the House of Delegates. Increase in the state sales tax rate; Lawmakers' negotiation to close a gap in the fiscal 2005-2006 biennial budget; Rift between Republican lawmakers over proposed tax increases and spending levels.


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