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Status of Model State Sales Tax Legislation to Enable Multistate Discussions  
Updated 3/29/00

April 3, 2000


State House Action Senate Action Administrative/Executive
Alabama
Alaska i No Sales Tax
Arizona *t
Arkansas i  No 2000 Session
California t S-1993
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware i No Sales Tax
D.C. *t
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho t H-728
Illinois S-1682 S-1682 passed 59-0 2/24/00
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas t S-560 S-560 passed 33-7 2/24/00
Kentucky *t
Louisiana t
Maine
Maryland t H-1421 passed 129-10 3/26/00
Massachusetts
Michigan t
Minnesota t H-4102 S-3768 passed 58-2 3/16/00
Mississippi
Missouri t HCR 23 "S-1065, SCR 29"
Montana i No Sales Tax
Nebraska
Nevada *t No 2000 Session
New Hampshire i No Sales Tax
New Jersey
New Mexico t H-282 passed 67-0 2/11/00 H-282 passed 18-9 2/15/00 Veto 3/7/00 t
New York
North Carolina t X
North Dakota i No 2000 Session
Ohio *t
Oklahoma t S-1340 S-1340 passed 38-9 2/29/00
Oregon i No Sales Tax
Pennsylvania t H-2331
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island *t
South Carolina
South Dakota t S-45 passed 65-1 2/14/00 S-45 passed 33-2 1/21/00 S-45 Signed 3/6/00
Tennessee t H-2316 passed 97-0 2/23/00 H-2316 passed  31-1 3/27/00
Texas i No 2000 Session
Utah t
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia t Senate CR 30
Wisconsin t X
Wyoming t S-62 passed 60 - 0 3/9/00 S-62 passed 30-0 3/1/00 S-62 Signed 3/13/00

*Possible Action to Come

Administrative / Executive indicates where Governor or other executive authority has provided a letter or executive order indicating a commitment to participate in multistate discussions.

t denotes legislative/executive action or possible future action
i denotes either no 2001 Legislative Session or no State Sales Tax

California S 1933 - Scheduled hearing in Senate Committee on Revenue and Tax 4/12/00
Missouri S-1065 - Scheduled hearing in Senate Ways and Means Committee 3/28/00

Source: National Conference of State Legislatures

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