Resolution from Little Rock board urges Legislature to act on online sales tax

Little Rock's elected officials continued their push to get state lawmakers to approve measures that would allow for online sales tax collection by passing a resolution Tuesday night.

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Preston says...

The city should be putting their efforts on solving the crime and killings that are plaguing the entire city instead of this focus of squeezing all they possibility can from their citizens. Sales taxes hurt the seniors and poor harder as it is one of the most regressive tax imposed, even including online sales. It sometimes appears the board has just given up in sections of the city and place little behind efforts in other parts to allow us to live our lives with any hope that we are safe.

Posted 19 April 2017, 8:26 a.m. Suggest removal

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