Thank you! That's wonderful news. At what point may we stop collecting sales
tax? Does it go into effect immediately?
Thank you again,
Dyer Library/Saco Museum
371 Main St.
Saco, ME 04072
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Be it enacted by the People of 1 the State of Maine as follows:
2 Sec. 1. 36 MRSA §1760, sub-§50, as enacted by PL 1983, c. 859, Pt. M, §§6
3 13, is amended to read:
4 50. Certain libraries. Sales to any nonprofit free public lending library
5 is funded in part or wholly by the State or any political subdivision or
6 government and sales by any such library or a nonprofit corporation
organized to support
7 such a library.
9 This bill expands the sales tax exemption for sales to nonprofit free
10 libraries that receive public funding to include sales by those libraries
or by nonprofit
11 corporations organized to support such libraries.
Linda H. Lord
Maine State Librarian
Maine State Library
64 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
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Subject: Success for LD 915 Please see below
Subject: Bills that became law without signature
Please find a list of LDs that became law without signature today.
915 - An Act To Expand the Sales Tax Exemption for Certain Public Libraries
To Include Sales by Those Libraries or Their Supporting Organizations
126th MAINE LEGISLATURE
FIRST REGULAR SESSION-2013
Legislative Document No. 915
H.P. 639 House of Representatives, March 7, 2013
An Act To Expand the Sales Tax Exemption for Certain Public
Libraries To Include Sales by Those Libraries or Their Supporting
Reference to the Committee on Taxation suggested and ordered printed.
MILLICENT M. MacFARLAND
Presented by Representative TIPPING-SPITZ of Orono.
Cosponsored by Senator CAIN of Penobscot and
Representatives: BENNETT of Kennebunk, BROOKS of Winterport, FREY of Bangor,
GOODE of Bangor, LIBBY of Lewiston, Senators: HASKELL of Cumberland, THOMAS
Page 1 - 126LR1200(01)-1
Legislative Policy Coordinator
Office of Governor Paul R. LePage
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