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Givhan doubtful online sales tax hike can pass – Yellowhammer News

Givhan doubtful online sales tax hike can pass – Yellowhammer News

State Rep. Christopher England (D-Tuscaloosa) said Wednesday he pre-filed legislation for the 2024 state legislative session to raise Alabama’s online sales tax rate from 8% to 9.25%.While England believes the extra revenue could be used to help education in the state, others say this is not the right time to raise any taxes on Alabamians.Thursday on WVNN’s “The Dale Jackson Show,” State Sen. Sam Givhan (R-Huntsville) discussed England’s proposal.“I doubt anybody’s going to have any appetite to raise taxes,” Givhan said. “I think counties are going to be fighting it and some other groups are going to be fighting it … I… 

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