The Senate took a step Tuesday toward limiting government competition against the private sector with a bill giving tax exemptions to certain businesses that compete against taxpayer-subsidized establishments.
The Senate voted to 24-16 to pass a bill providing property and sales tax exemptions to certain businesses located in cities where a facility owned or operated by the government competes against the private business.
Businesses qualifying for the exemptions would be limited to child . . .
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