New York Tax Repeal Takes Another Step In Right Direction
ALBANY, New York — In a show of deepening support for the repeal of the limo sales tax in New York, Assemblyman Dennis H. Gabryszak, D-143rd District, will be introducing the same exact bill as S4920 by Sen. Mark Grisanti. A bill number has not been assigned as of today, but is expected tomorrow and the story will be updated once the new bill number is issued.
Gabryszak is introducing this bill to the Assembly, and the bill will be co-sponsored by veteran New York state Assemblyman Robin Schimminger, D-140th District. The bill should be introduced within the next few days. Both Gabryszak and Schimminger are Democrats, which hold the majority in the Assembly.
This bill gives the repeal its next step needed to move closer to becoming a law.
David Bastian of Towne Livery applauds the move and urges operators to call their local Assemblyman and Senators to show their support for the repeal.
“We are at a very critical point right now,” says Bastian. “It is very vital for New York State Limousine Livery Operators to get on the phone today and contact their local Assemblyman and Senators, and share with these people how the sales tax has impacted their business. Let them know why this is important for it to be repealed.”
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— Tim Crowley, LCT senior editor