Gov. Rick Scott unveiled another election-year tax cut proposal Tuesday — a $104 million reduction in the sales tax on rent paid by businesses.
Scott, who promised a $500 million overall reduction in fees and taxes in next year’s state budget, has surpassed that level. So far, Scott has floated five different potential cuts that add up to about $618 million in savings, according to the governor’s math.
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