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Bill Detail: HB22-1025

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Title Repeal Of Infrequently Used Tax Expenditures
Status Governor Signed (05/02/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Fiscal Policy & Taxes
House Sponsors A. Benavidez (D)
Senate Sponsors C. Kolker (D)
House Committee Finance
Senate Committee Finance
Date Introduced 01/12/2022

Legislative Oversight Committee Concerning Tax Policy. The
bill repeals the following tax expenditures:
  • The exemption from the insurance premium tax for
educational and scientific institution life insurance (section
of the bill);
  • The alternative minimum income tax based on annual gross

receipts from sales in or into the state (sections 2 and 4);
  • The income tax credit for investment in technologies for
recycling plastics (section 3);
  • The income tax credit for crop or livestock contributions to
a charitable organization (section 4);
  • The income tax deduction for income or gain for a C
corporation that was taxed prior to 1965, to the extent it is
included in current taxable income (section 5);
  • Income tax credits for qualifying investments (sections 6
and 7
  • The sales and use tax exemption for the transfer of
complimentary promotional materials to an out-of-state
vendee (section 8);
  • The requirement that a portion of a state-employed
chaplain's salary is designated as a rental allowance
(section 9); and
  • The excise tax exemption for sacramental wines sold and
used for religious purposes (section 12). This section also
specifies that a religious organization that distributes
sacramental wines for religious purposes is not subject to
licensing and other regulatory requirements.
Sections 10 and 11 make conforming amendments.

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