Legislation Sponsored by Paulette Braddock (7)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/13/2022

HB 0069 Support"Less Developed Area" Tax Credits - Reporting Requirements Paulette Braddock
1/25/2017 House Second Readers Ways & Means --
2017/01/27-Report Econ. Dev. & Transportation Economic Development Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance
This bill requires the state revenue commissioner to prepare a report regarding the income tax credit for business enterprises in counties designated as less developed areas. That existing program allows higher income tax credits for the least developed counties. The reports called for in this bill are to be made for 2019-2024 and are to specify items such as the number of employers claiming the credit, the number and value of credits, and estimated economic impact.
HB 0070 Support"Less Developed Area" Tax Credits - Classification Change for Counties with High Levels of Commuters Paulette Braddock
1/25/2017 House Second Readers Ways & Means --
2017/01/27-Report Econ. Dev. & Transportation Economic Development Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance
This bill redesignates any county to a lower economic development tier when at least 70 percent of the county's workforce commutes outside the county for work. The effect of this change is that businesses creating jobs within a county meeting this percentage would be entitled to higher income tax credits that would otherwise apply.
HB 0443 InactiveHiram, City of; ad valorem tax; $40,000 of assessed value for residents; provide homestead exemption Paulette Braddock
5/2/2017 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Local Legislation Property Tax Revenue & Finance
HB 0444 InactiveHiram, City of; ad valorem tax; residents 70 years of age or older; provide homestead exemption Paulette Braddock
5/2/2017 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Local Legislation Property Tax Revenue & Finance
HB 0445 InactiveHiram, City of; ad valorem tax; residents 65 years of age or older; provide homestead exemption Paulette Braddock
5/2/2017 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Local Legislation Property Tax Revenue & Finance
HB 0677 NeutralHomestead Exemption for Active Duty Military Paulette Braddock
1/19/2018 House Second Readers Ways and Means --
2018/01/12 Report Larry Ramsey Property Tax Revenue & Finance
This bill, if approved in a state wide referendum, will provide a new homestead exemption for military service personnel who serve overseas in support of a military operation. The bill will affect state, county, school, and city ad valorem taxes. The percentage of the taxable value of a homestead that would be exempt from taxes would equal the percentage of the prior calendar year that the military member was on active duty overseas in a military operation. The most significant impact would be expected to occur in counties with high concentrations of active duty personnel.
HR 0432 EvaluatingMental Health Treatment Trust Fund Paulette Braddock
3/1/2017 House Second Readers Judiciary --
Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance
This proposed constitutional amendment, if ratified in a statewide referendum, would create the Georgia Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Trust Fund for non permanent long-term residential mental health and addiction treatment, holistic mental health and addiction counseling, and treatment alternatives to psychiatric drug therapy. The dedicated source of revenue to fund this purpose is all moneys collected from fees charged for the deactivation of digital blocking capability on products sold in Georgia that make content accessible on the Internet.
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