Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Bonnen hears (at least) 11 more special interest carve out bills (51 for session)....

"Dishonest scales are an abomination to the Lord,
But a just weight is His delight."
Proverbs 11:1

It's that time of week when we check on the latest from Dennis Bonnen and the Texas House Ways and Means committee:

  • HB 643        Phillips
    Relating to the eligibility of land for appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land on the basis of its use for wildlife management.
  • HB 1211       Phillips               
    Relating to the additional tax imposed on land appraised for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land if a change in use of the land occurs.
  • HB 1626       Gutierrez              
    Relating to the authority of a taxing unit other than a school district to enter into a tax abatement agreement with an owner of real property in a tax increment financing reinvestment zone.
  • HB 2453       Lucio III | et al.     
    Relating to an insurance premium tax credit for investment in certain communities; imposing a monetary penalty; authorizing fees.
  • HB 2560       King, Tracy O. | et al.
    Relating to the appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes of certain dealer's heavy equipment inventory.
  • HB 2756       Cook                   
    Relating to certain procedures for tax redeterminations and refund claims.
  • HB 2871       Guillen                
    Relating to the use of county hotel occupancy taxes by certain counties.
  • HB 3345       Springer               
    Relating to the definition of "passive entity" for the franchise tax.
  • HB 3466       King, Tracy O.         
    Relating to the appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes of dealer's heavy equipment inventory and the prepayment of taxes on that inventory.
  • HB 4052       Murphy                 
    Relating to the exemption of certain services performed by certain employees from the sales and use tax.
  • HB 4054       Murphy                 
    Relating to the application of sales and use taxes to certain food items.

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