Committee Agenda

Committee:    House Taxation
Room:     412
Date:    Thursday, January 27, 2005
Time:    7:45 AM

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         SB 1*     revise the method used to determine the capacity of land to produce agricultural products.
             Senators Peterson (Jim), Dempster, Greenfield, Hundstad, Kloucek, Knudson, and Lintz and Representatives Hargens, Deadrick, Fryslie, Murschel, Rhoden, and Weems at the request of the Interim Committee on Property Assessment

         HB 1100     exempt swine and cattle semen from sales and use tax.
             Representatives Jensen, Davis, Halverson, and Lange and Senators McNenny, Hanson (Gary), Lintz, and Peterson (Jim)

         SB 22     change the agency required to provide certain information regarding the value of railroad property.
             The Committee on Taxation at the request of the Public Utilities Commission

         SB 47*     revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code and to revise certain cross references.
             The Committee on Taxation at the request of the Department of Revenue and Regulation

         HB 1091     revise certain dates used for the purpose of determining whether real estate taxes are delinquent.
             Representatives Pederson (Gordon) and Howie and Senator Lintz

         HB 1113     increase the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products, to dedicate the revenue for tobacco prevention and cessation programs and property tax reduction, and to make an appropriation therefor.
             Representatives Van Etten, Boomgarden, Cutler, Frost, Glenski, Hunhoff, McCoy, McLaughlin, Miles, Novstrup, Rave, Thompson, and Weems and Senators Adelstein, Dempster, Knudson, and Sutton (Duane)

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.

HAL G. WICK, Chair