Incentives for large data centers likely to wait until ’25


With the legislative session nearing an end, a proposed economic development incentive for data centers doesn't appear headed anywhere this year.

Legislation exempting data centers from state and local sales taxes for at least 30 years and possibly indefinitely will not survive this session, key lawmakers said.

The proposed tax incentives advanced out of committees in the House and Senate but have idled in recent days and weeks.

The bill was moved out of the House Commerce Committee on Feb. 14 and wasn't acted on.

A similar bill moved out of the Senate Commerce Committee on March 26 . . .


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