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The Sacramento Bee
Voters OK’d $2.7 billion for new reservoirs. Critics say California won’t spend itworries me the most is, we don’t want the babies thrown out with the bathwater
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
worries me the most is, we don’t want the babies thrown out with the bathwater by the California Water Commission,” said Tim Quinn of the Association of California Water Agencies. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
New numbers show Utahns’ federal taxes will go down, but state tax could go upGolphin-Wilkerson, who operates a food pantry out of the Granger Community Chri
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 29 days ago
Golphin-Wilkerson, who operates a food pantry out of the Granger Community Christian Church. They have a friend in Rep. Tim Quinn, R-Heber City, who is running a bill to get rid of the tax. "I don’t view this issue from a standpoint of... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
Darien News-Review / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
The New Canaan News / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
The Register Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
The Middletown Press / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Utah lawmakers to take on taxes, Medicaid, DUI law this yearthe works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sal
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
the works, including a proposal that would eliminate the 1.75 percent state sales tax on groceries. The proposal from Rep. Tim Quinn would also raise Utah's overall sales tax rate up to 4.94 percent from its current 4.7 percent rate. Republican... Read more
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