Virginia Attorney General Backs Gov. Gilmore in Car Tax Battle
- Gov. Gilmore Alone Might Get Chance to Rework Budget. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;02/23/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31083, p5
Reports the impact of dispute between Virginia Governor James Gilmore III and state lawmakers over the repeal of the annual car tax on the governor's plan to rewrite the state budget. Amendments to the states' biennial budget; Significance of the proposal to the General Assembly; Specification...
- Virginia Tobacco Bill May Rise From Ashes in December. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;7/5/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31174, p4
Reports on the plan of Virginia Governor James Gilmore to securitize future payments from the state's four billion dollar share of the tobacco settlement in his final budget. Rejection of the first tobacco proposal.
- Outgoing Va. Gov. Proposes Over $1B in Bonds for '03-'04. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;12/20/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31289, p3
Focuses on the budget for the fiscal year 2003 by Virginia governor James S. Gilmore. Issuance of tax-exempt municipal bonds; Usage of rainy day reserve funds.
- Gilmore Wants $700 Million of Bonds, More Spending in Virginia's Budget. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;01/02/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31048, p6
Reports on the amendments proposed by Virginia governor James S. Gilmore III on the state's budget for the 2001-to-2002 biennium. Issuance of tax-exempt bonds in 2001; Key components of Gilmore's proposed budgetary amendments; Increase in state spending levels for fiscal years 2001 and 2002.
- Virginia's $1.6B record. Kinnander, Ola // Bond Buyer;12/17/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30790, p1
Reports that Virginia Governor James Gilmore unveils a budget proposal promoting the issuance of tax-exempt bonds through 2001 that will finance transportation projects. Response to residents' frustration with traffic congestion; Issuance of bonds backed by future revenues rather than taxpayers.
- Virginia Governor Wants to Put the Brakes on Repeal of Car Tax. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;12/18/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31287, p32
Reports on the proposal of former Virginia governor, James S. Gilmore to delay completion of the car-tax repeal for two years and raising state employees' pay in the fiscal year 2003. Reasons for the delay in car-tax repeal; Provisions of the budget proposed by Gilmore.
- Bills take aim at luxury tax. Gates, Max // Automotive News;9/20/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5518, p2
Reports on the bill introduced by Nebraska legislators to repeal the luxury tax on automobiles. Enhancement of investment opportunities for European firms; Rise in the baseline for the auto tax in 1994.
- Congress agrees: Luxury tax is out. Frame, Phil // Automotive News;8/05/96, Vol. 70 Issue 5672, p4
Reports on the US Congress' decision to phase out the luxury automobile tax. Amount generated by the tax each year; Opposition from the American International Automobile Dealers Association and the National Automobile Dealers Association to the tax since its proposal in 1990.
- Glitch mars luxury tax fix. Gates, Max // Automotive News;8/16/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5513, p1
Reports on dealers' confusion on how much tax will they charge on their cars due to the different interpretations of the final language of the budget bill. August 10, 1993 as expected implementation date of the bill; Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to clear up the confusion.