Should Gov. David Ige sign a bill that expands the transient accommodations tax (TAT) to cover virtually every lodging business transaction, including resort fees and parking?
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Should Gov. David Ige sign a bill that expands the transient accommodations tax (TAT) to cover virtually every lodging business transaction, including resort fees and parking?

  • B. No, it's too much of a burden on tourists (501 Votes)
  • A. Yes, the state needs the revenue (236 Votes)
  • C. Not sure (33 Votes)

This is not a scientific poll — results reflect only the opinions of those voting

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