|HB 1549 - DIGEST|
Invests in education and other vital public services by: (1) Narrowing the use tax exemption for extracted fuel;
(2) Modifying the nonresident sales and use tax exemption;
(3) Eliminating the sales and use tax exemption for bottled water; and
(4) Addressing the real estate excise tax on foreclosures; the limit trade-in exclusion; the business license fee; the interest rate on assessments and refunds; trust fund accountability; the economic nexus for retailing business and occupation tax; and the public works assistance account.