Wyoming - HB 104 - 2017

Relating to coal taxation; reducing the severance tax rate for coal as specified; conforming related tax distribution provisions; and providing applicability; providing for an effective date.

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Added On: 03-23-2017
Updated On: 06-03-2017
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsors: Bo Biteman (House/Republican), Scott Clem (House/Republican), Roy Edwards (House/Republican), Timothy Hallinan (House/Republican), Marti Halverson (House/Republican), Bill Pownall (House/Republican)





Actions (5)

  • 01-09-2017 - Bill Number Assigned
  • 01-10-2017 - Received for Introduction
  • 01-16-2017 - Introduced and Referred to H03 - Revenue
  • 02-03-2017 - H:DO PASS FAILED in Accordance with House Rule 5-4: 1-8-0-
  • 02-03-2017 - No report prior to COW Cutoff

Votes (1)

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Passed
02-03-2017H:DO PASS FAILED in Accordance with House Rule 5-4: 1-8-0-House180no

News (1)

House bill would reduce tax rate on coal, cost state millions in revenue - Casper Star-Tribune Online
Published by trib.com
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 21:46:54 GMT

“HB 104 is almost $30 million that the state will have to now come up with,” he said in an email. “Most coal contracts pass on the tax to the customers so the coal companies don't take the direct hit, or get the direct benefit … To the extent the ...

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