The governor this week signed into law legislation that could slow the adoption of new city occupational taxes. She also has on her desk a bill to ban private auditors from dumping the cost of doing local and state audits on taxpayers.
The Alabama Legislature enters the sixth week of its regular session next week. Tuesday will be the 11th legislative day of the session that can last up to 30 legislative days.
Alabama Retail Association will continue to keep you informed as issues of interest to retailers arise and progress. Keep reading for this week’s top stories.
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THIS WEEK IN RETAIL NEWS
Fridy, Windom win appellate court races; Kellum and Smith head to runoff (aldailynews.com)
Public hearing set for Wednesday on allowing direct wine sales in Alabama (alabamaretail.org)
5G infrastructure bill passes Senate (aldailynews.com)
Bates House of Turkey hits 50 year mark (alabamaretail.org)
Be counted in 2020 Census, starting next week (alabamaretail.org)
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