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Senate 0358: Relating to Florida Sales Tax Relief Act ------------------------------------------------------------------

S358     GENERAL BILL by Baker; (CO-SPONSORS) Fasano  (Compare H 0013, 1ST
ENG/H 0101, CS/S 0476)
Florida Sales Tax Relief Act; specifies periods during which sale of
clothing, wallets, bags, school supplies, & books shall be exempt from
such tax; provides that exemption does not apply to sales within certain
theme parks, entertainment complexes, public lodging establishments, or
airports; provides for DOR to adopt rules, etc. APPROPRIATION:
$400,000. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon becoming law.
12/02/04 SENATE Filed
12/17/04 SENATE Referred to Government Efficiency Appropriations; Ways and
                  Means
02/15/05 SENATE Withdrawn from Government Efficiency Appropriations; Ways and
                  Means; Withdrawn prior to introduction,Link/Iden/Sim/Compare
                  passed, refer to HB 101 (Ch. 2005-271)


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S 0358 12/02/2004 Web Page | PDF

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