S.B. 59 - Tax Amendments

Sponsors

Sponsor: Sen. Daniel McCay
Floor Sponsor: Rep. Casey Snider

Category

Good Government

Topic(s)

Better Utah Position

– Oppose

Summary

Cuts the corporate and individuals income tax rate from 4.95% to 4.85%, expand eligibility for the social security benefits tax credit by increasing the threshold for the income-based phaseout, and enacts a state earned income tax credit (though this EITC is nonrefundable, so it doesn’t impact most low-income individuals).

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Votes

Voted "Yes"
Vote Legislator District
Yes Sen. J. Stuart Adams Republican SD22
Yes Sen. Jacob L. Anderegg Republican SD13
Yes Sen. Curtis S. Bramble Republican SD16
Yes Sen. David G. Buxton Republican SD20
Yes Sen. Kirk A. Cullimore Republican SD9
Yes Sen. Gene Davis Democrat SD3
Yes Sen. Luz Escamilla Democrat SD1
Yes Sen Lincoln Fillmore Republican SD10
Yes Sen. Keith Grover Republican SD15
Yes Sen. Wayne A. Harper Republican SD6
Yes Sen. David P. Hinkins Republican SD27
Yes Sen. Don L. Ipson Republican SD29
Yes Sen. Jani Iwamoto Democrat SD4
Yes Sen. John D. Johnson Republican SD19
Yes Sen. Michael S. Kennedy Republican SD14
Yes Sen. Derek L. Kitchen Democrat SD2
Yes Sen. Daniel McCay Republican SD11
Yes Sen. Michael K. Mckell Republican SD7
Yes Sen. Ann Millner Republican SD18
Yes Sen. Derrin R. Owens Republican SD24
Yes Sen. Kathleen Riebe Democrat SD8
Yes Sen. Scott D. Sandall Republican SD17
Yes Sen. Jerry W. Stevenson Republican SD21
Yes Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher Republican SD12
Yes Sen. Evan J. Vickers Republican SD28
Yes Sen. Todd Weiler Republican SD23
Yes Sen. Chris H. Wilson Republican SD25
Yes Sen. Ronald Winterton Republican SD26
Voted "No"
Vote Legislator District
Officially Absent
Vote Legislator District
Absent Sen. Karen Mayne Democrat SD5
Didn't Get to Vote
Vote Legislator District