S.D. bill limits gas tax refunds for tribal membersFacebook Twitter Google+ Email
TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2003 The South Dakota Legislature passed a bill limiting a legal victory won on behalf of tribal members. The S.D. Supreme Court has ruled that tribal members who bought gas on Indian land are entitled to a refund of any state tax paid. Attorney general Larry Long asked lawmakers to limit refunds going back six years. Separately, the Legislature passed a bill to authorize tribal-state compacts for motor fuel taxes and vehicle excise taxes. Get the Story:
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