GATESVILLE — A measure aimed at cutting paperwork for auto dealers but might have meant lost tax revenue for some rural counties died in committee before Texas lawmakers ended their session Monday.
The bill, introduced by state Rep. Linda Harper-Brown, R-Irving, would have eliminated the requirement of auto sellers to provide a form to buyers to designate the county to receive all taxes, fees and other revenue from auto sales transactions.
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