Record of Committee Proceedings
Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions
Senate Bill 322
Relating to: resolution of claims against the state for wrongful imprisonment of innocent persons, exempting from taxation certain amounts an individual receives from the claims board or legislature, health benefits for wrongfully imprisoned persons, and making appropriations.
By Senators Wanggaard, Risser, Bewley, L. Taylor, Nass, Ringhand, Darling, Lassa and C. Larson; cosponsored by Representatives Kooyenga, Hebl, Kessler, Johnson, Mason, Milroy, Jarchow, Krug, Hintz, Rohrkaste, Kitchens, Steffen, Ohnstad, Goyke, Allen, Kolste, Tittl, Spreitzer, C. Taylor, T. Larson, Sinicki, Hutton, Mursau, Wachs, Berceau, Zamarripa, Brostoff, Pope, Quinn, Edming and Subeck.
January 14, 2016 Referred to Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions
January 27, 2016 Executive Session Held
Present: (9) Senator LeMahieu; Representative August; Senators Tiffany and Carpenter; Representatives Swearingen and Hesselbein; Public Member Shaul; Secretary Chandler; Public Member Connell.
Absent: (0) None.
Excused: (0) None.
Moved by Representative August, seconded by Senator LeMahieu that the Committee issue its report on SB 322 with the following public policy statement: The Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions finds that there is appropriate public policy on the tax exemptions in SB 322.
Ayes: (9) Senator LeMahieu; Representative August; Senators Tiffany and Carpenter; Representatives Swearingen and Hesselbein; Public Member Shaul; Secretary Chandler; Public Member Connell.
Noes: (0) None.
MOTION THAT THE COMMITTEE ISSUE ITS REPORT ON SB 322 WITH THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC POLICY STATEMENT: THE JOINT SURVEY COMMITTEE ON TAX EXEMPTIONS FINDS THAT THERE IS APPROPRIATE PUBLIC POLICY ON THE TAX EXEMPTIONS IN SB 322. ADOPTED, Ayes 9, Noes 0