MS HB410 | 2019 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 1-0)
Status: Failed on February 27 2019 - 100% progression
Action: 2019-02-27 - Died In Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


An Act To Authorize Certain Municipalities To Impose An Excise Tax Of One Cent Per Gallon Upon The Retail Sale Of Gasoline And Diesel Fuel For Motor Vehicles In The Municipality; To Provide That Before The Tax May Be Imposed, The Municipality Shall Adopt A Resolution Declaring Its Intention To Levy The Tax And Calling For An Election To Be Held On The Question; To Require The Municipality To Publish Notice Of The Election; To Provide That The Tax Must Be Approved By A Majority Of The Qualified Electors Who Vote In The Election Before The Municipality May Levy And Collect The Tax; To Provide That The Tax Shall Be Collected By The Department Of Revenue And Paid To The Municipality; To Provide That The Proceeds Of The Tax Shall Be Placed Into A Special Municipal Fund Apart From The Municipal General Fund And Any Other Funds Of The Municipality, And Shall Be Expended By The Municipality Solely For The Repair, Maintenance And/or Reconstruction Of Roads, Streets And Bridges In The Municipality; And For Related Purposes.

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Fuel tax; authorize certain municipalities to impose after an election to be used for road and bridge repair/maintenance.



2019-02-27HouseDied In Committee
2019-01-14HouseReferred To Ways and Means

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