HB1267 Authorizes school districts to impose a surcharge on their residents' income taxes for education and on retail sales taxes.
Sponsor: Holand, Roy W. (135) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: Davis, D. J. (122) LR Number: 2851L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: EDUCATION - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY
02/08/2000 - Public Hearing Held (H)
HB1267
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HB 1267 -- School District Tax Surcharges

Co-Sponsors:  Holand, Davis (122)

This bill allows school districts to adopt by voter approval a
personal income tax or a sales tax or both.  Moneys raised by
the taxes would not be deducted from a district's state school
aid.  For either tax, the school district must specify the
purpose of the tax and the period of time for which the tax will
be imposed, not to exceed 3 years.  The income tax is a 5 or 10%
surcharge on state personal income tax.  The sales tax may be up
to one cent, in eighth-cent increments.  The sales tax will be
voted on by school districts within a county and apportioned
based on the number of a district's pupils who reside in the
county.  The bill contains technical provisions for the handling
and transfer of funds and for the conduct of the elections.


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