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HB 144 - Kill tax credits for energy conservation and so much more!

Sponsored by Rep. Alan Redfield, R-Livingston
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In the name of raising revenue for state coffers, this bill would end tax credits that Montanan’s use to make energy conservation investments in their homes as well as more than two dozen other tax credits. In addition to energy conservation, HB 144 would ax tax credits for landowners who allow access to land-locked public lands, biodiesel production, investments in historic preservation, for employers who invest in daycare facilities, and for employers who provide disability insurance to employees. HB 144 leaves other tax credits alone, including those involving capital gains and donations to churches and other tax-exempt groups alone. This bill was heard in the House Taxation Committee on Thursday, January 24.

The House Taxation Committee will be taking action soon! Contact committee members and tell them to vote no on HB 144.

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