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for Popular Government Vol. 9 Issue 7, July 1943
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Abbott discusses the various bills brought to the General Assembly in 1943 that did not pass. These bills were related to a wide manner of subjects, from liquor and wine; labor and trade; pensions and retirement to taxation; law enforcement; state institutions and education to name a few.
The part of the Current Tax Payment Act of 1943 that is uppermost in the minds of most people, and that will give the most trouble to finance officials of counties, cities, and towns is the provision for withholding the tax from wages and making remittance to the government.