SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah House has passed a repeal of HB 2001, the highly contentious tax reform bill passed during the legislature’s special session.
The final vote was 70-1.
House Bill 185, which repeals the recently passed Utah tax reform, just sailed through the House by a 70-1
vote. It’s on to the Senate.
— Paul Nelson (@KSLPaul) January 28, 2020
The final vote was 27-0.
House Bill, 185, which repeals the new state tax code, is approved in the Senate by a 27-0 vote, with two senators being absent.
– Paul Nelson (@KSLPaul) January 28, 2020
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