Bizav taxes would have "ripple effect" on communities

04/5/2013 | (Phoenix)

According to Warren McIlvoy, president of Flight for Life, Washington is unfairly targeting general and business aviation aircraft that are in fact an important asset to the communities they serve. "Not only would new, punitive taxes on aircraft owners and operators decimate many small businesses throughout our state that are already struggling to recover, but these proposals would have a ripple effect throughout our communities, threatening critical services that connect many of our rural communities," he writes.

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