Triumphs And Disappointments Of The 2005 Legislative Session

Kolb, Brian M.
July 2005
Business Journal (Central New York);7/8/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 27, p25
Focuses on the important issues during 2005 New York legislative session in New York. Adoption of a single-sales factor to focus business taxes solely in-state sales; Expansion of the Empire Zone program to include the agriculture industry; Passage of hit, run and hide legislation that stiffens penalties for motorists who flee the scenes of fatal or seriously-injury auto accidents.


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