House takes on sanctuary cities, Daylight Savings Day and business taxes
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A long-held Republican effort to reduce the state’s business profits tax was rebuked by House Democrats on Thursday, when the chamber voted to partially reverse the reductions.
House Bill 623 would maintain the business profits tax – which falls on businesses that make at least $50,000 a year – at 7.9 percent, the level it was before it dropped to 7.7 percent in 2018.
That move would partially reverse an intended four-year plan.