Is There Any Kind of Property They Can't Tax?
Some of the things the General Assembly is constitutionally prohibited from taxing
a person on are:
Any capitation tax (a tax upon the person) except street tax;Persons traveling
in air commerce;Motor fuel on a gallonage basis; andAmusement admission
or services.There are also certain restrictions on how local governments can
tax local contractors working on state projects.
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