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2009 Senate Bill 127: Authorize “bad driver tax” amnesty period
  1. Introduced by Sen. Cameron Brown (R) on January 28, 2009, to waive any penalties for a person liable for payments under the ”driver responsibility fees law, if the individual pays 75 percent of the tax amount between Feb 15 and April 15, 2009. The bill would also allow a driver to pay a two year charge in one year, and would end some of these assessments after 2009. This tax was adopted in 2003 to raise revenue so as avoid spending cuts in that year’s and subsequent state government budgets.
    • Referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on January 28, 2009.

Comments

Re: 2009 Senate Bill 127 (Authorize “bad driver tax” amnesty period )  by Agatha09 on January 30, 2011 

Thank you!



Re: 2009 Senate Bill 127 (Authorize “bad driver tax” amnesty period )  by Agatha09 on January 30, 2011 

When are you doing this?  Are you saying you are repealing or ammending? If so, please do. It is the most ridiculously lousy thing to do to people, especially in this climate! I am disabled too and I never even did any of what I was charged with! I am only guilty of failure to stop. That is a $200 at the most traffic ticket! I have been without my license for over three years for nothing. I have proof too!



Re: 2009 Senate Bill 127 (Authorize “bad driver tax” amnesty period )  by Beerme on June 18, 2010 

This onerous law MUST be repealed. Why fiddle with the one of "the worst decisions our class of lawmakers have voted on and have enacted into law"? Repeal it!



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