HB 934, Single County T-SPLOST Collection Period

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Rep. Rob Leverett
District 33

Under current law, a Single County T-SPLOST may be imposed until the Department of Revenue has determined the tax has reached the revenue estimate provided on the ballot question or the maximum period of time has been reached.

This bill would allow a Single County T-SPLOST to be imposed until the maximum period of time has been reached (up to five years) when an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) between the county and qualified cities is in place. All funds must collected must still be spent on the specified transportation purposes. 

This bill also would provide that in odd-numbered years, the referendum to initiate a single county T-SPLOST must be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.

Last Updated: 4/4/2022
Subject Area: Taxation
Resources: bill text
BILL STATUS
5/2/2022 - Effective Date 5/2/2022 - Act 752 5/2/2022 - Date Signed by Governor

Votes

4/1/2022 House Vote #844 Yea - 146 Nay - 5 Not Voting - 4 Excused - 25
3/30/2022 Senate Vote #763 Yea - 46 Nay - 4 Not Voting - 2 Excused - 4
3/30/2022 Senate Vote #745 Yea - 34 Nay - 21 Not Voting - 0 Excused - 1
3/11/2022 House Vote #657 Yea - 150 Nay - 8 Not Voting - 2 Excused - 20

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