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List of Bills Vetoed June 11, 2014

The governor vetoed 8 bills today that were important to AIM members:

SB 584: Burden of proof on DOR for all taxpayers in most situations, clarifies information requests by St. Louis County Assessor must be clearly voluntary, motor fuel tax exempt when sold to marina, employers with small amounts of withholding tax allowed to file once per year, apportionment of income for service and non-tangible personal property taxpayers, sales tax clarifications for gyms and fitness centers, used manufactured home sales tax exemption, sales tax exemption for cancer treatments and drugs, state sales tax exemption clarification for purchases used in the transmission and distribution of electricity, allows retailers to advertise “tax included,” clarifies taxpayers that have overpaid taxes are entitled to refunds, and an extension of a regional jail district sales tax. VETOED

SB 612:  Extends nonresident athlete and entertainer withholding tax provisions, apportionment of income for service and non-tangible personal property taxpayers, DOR must provide notice of tax law changes to taxpayers, sales tax exemption for commercial laundries. VETOED

SB 860: Clarifies information requests by St. Louis County Assessor must be clearly voluntary, employers with small amounts of withholding tax allowed to file once per year, used manufactured home sales tax exemption, graphing calculators included in sales tax holiday list, allows retailers to advertise “tax included,” clarifies taxpayers that have overpaid taxes are entitled to refunds. VETOED

SB 662: Apportionment of income for service and non-tangible personal property taxpayers, DOR must provide notice of tax law changes to taxpayers, allows retailers to advertise “tax included,” sales tax exemption for right of first refusal for tickets at Sprint Center in Kansas City. VETOED

SB 829: Shifts the burden of proof to the DOR for all taxpayers in most situations. VETOED

HB 1455: Shifts the burden of proof to the DOR for all taxpayers in most situations. VETOED

HB 1296: Apportionment of income for service and non-tangible personal property taxpayers, allows retailers to advertise “tax included,” graphing calculators included in sales tax holiday list. VETOED

HB 1865: Apportionment of income for service and non-tangible personal property taxpayers, state sales tax exemption for purchases of equipment used for production of food for consumption on or off premises. VETOED.

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