Committee Agenda

Committee:    House Taxation
Room:     412
Date:    Thursday, February 10, 2005
Time:    7:45 AM

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         HB 1153     revise certain sales tax provisions related to products and substances associated with the application of pesticides.
             Representatives Olson (Ryan), Davis, Deadrick, Dennert, Dykstra, Fryslie, Hackl, and Sigdestad and Senators Hansen (Tom), Duenwald, Hundstad, Lintz, and Peterson (Jim)

         HB 1180     revise certain provisions concerning business improvement districts and to exempt general occupational tax receipts from the sales and gross receipts taxes.
             Representatives Schafer, Hanks, Hills, McLaughlin, and Turbiville and Senators Olson (Ed), Dempster, Duniphan, Gray, Kelly, McCracken, and Nesselhuf

         HB 1210     exempt certain contract services from sales and use taxes.
             Representatives Davis, Brunner, Dykstra, Hargens, Jensen, Novstrup, and Weems and Senators Hansen (Tom), Duenwald, Hundstad, Lintz, McNenny, Peterson (Jim), and Schoenbeck

         HB 1208     revise certain dates for appealing property assessments.
             Representatives McCoy, Hanks, and Kroger and Senators Gray, Duniphan, and Napoli

         HB 1240     require that notice of certain tax equalization decisions be published.
             Representatives Gillespie and Dykstra and Senator Broderick

         HB 1237     reduce the fuel tax on biodiesel blend fuels.
             Representatives Dykstra, Boomgarden, Deadrick, Haley, Hargens, Putnam, Sigdestad, Street, and Tidemann and Senators Hansen (Tom), Abdallah, Bartling, Gant, Greenfield, Hanson (Gary), and Peterson (Jim)

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.


         HB 1236     limit the annual increase of property taxes that may be levied for the capital outlay fund of school districts.
             Representative Dennert by request

HAL G. WICK, Chair