The Salt Lake Chamber, the Utah Technology Council and others have hailed the Legislature’s delay on acting on a tax reform bill that would have decreased the state sales and use tax rate but imposed a sales and use tax on services.

Meanwhile, during the general session’s final day last week, the Legislature approved a bill creating the Task Restructuring and Equalization Task Force. The group will study state and local revenue systems and make recommendations “to address structural imbalances among revenue sources.”

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