Skip to comments.Maine lawmakers question governor's tax proposals
Posted on 03/02/2009 12:48:09 PM PST by mainestategop
AUGUSTA, Maine Members of two legislative committees are questioning proposals that would step up enforcement of certain tax laws and change the way Maine implements some taxes.
Gov. John Baldaccis administration made the proposals as part of the governors biennial budget plan.
These have been before us before, some just last year, and were rejected by the Legislature, said Sen. Richard Nass, R-Acton, a member of the Taxation Committee. I have a problem with these tax policy questions coming forward in the budget.
Lawmakers heard criticism of proposals to change the way some tobacco products are taxed, the way the state estate tax is figured, the way telecommunications property is taxed, and the way the state corporate income tax is assessed.
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I take it that Baldacci is a Democrat or RINO?
A screaming, full-tilt liberal Dem.
That is what I thought, but I was not sure.
"Maine - Welfareland."
Welcome to Maine “TAXATIONLAND”
More like a stalinist.
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