House Judiciary Committee Could Vote Soon on Business-Activity Tax Limits

Vadum, Matfhew
April 2006
Bond Buyer;4/21/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32365, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the approval for the House Judiciary Committee to vote on legislation that would limit the state and local governments' ability to impose business-activity taxes, by the committee's commercial and administrative law subcommittee in the United States. The bill is known as the proposed "Business Activity Tax Simplification Act."


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