Legislative Tracker

SB 216 Sales Tax; per capita share of certain municipalities to be paid to the county governing authority; eliminate a provision

Voted on Thursday March 30, 2017

Michael Caldwell's thoughts

The language in SB216 was completely stripped out by the House and replaced by three House bills:
HB 181 - I voted YEA, My description:
http://www.caldwellforhouse.com/votes/hb-181-revenue-and-taxation-furnishing-of-certain-tax-information-in-all-municipalities-having-a-population-of-350000-or-more-change-certain-provisions/
HB 93 - I voted YEA, My description:
http://www.caldwellforhouse.com/votes/hb-93-sales-and-use-tax-no-interest-shall-be-paid-on-refunds-provisions/
HB 59 - I voted NAY, My description:
http://www.caldwellforhouse.com/votes/hb-59-revenue-and-taxation-tax-credits-for-rehabilitation-of-historic-structures-revise-procedures-conditions-and-limitations/

More information on legis.ga.gov
Nay

Vote Totals

The table below breaks down the total number of votes, and marks the majority vote.

Voted Total % Majority Vote?
Yea 139 85.3% Majority Vote
Nay 24 14.7%
Did not vote 0 0%
Excused 0 0%

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