Florida House Considers Tax Rebate for Marlins Stadium

Sigo, Shelly
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/16/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31864, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on the Florida House Committee on Finance and Tax's review of a bill that included a provision allowing the Florida Marlins to receive a tax rebate on a ballpark. Proposed bill on technical challenges in state law requested by the Department of revenue; Comments of House Speaker Johnnie Byrd, on the process he preferred for the tax rebate proposal; Projected annual state revenue from the rebate.


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