Maine distillers urge Maine to reject tax hikes to stay competitive with NH
Augusta, M.E. – (drinks media wire) – Higher sales and hospitality taxes included in the state budget will harm local businesses and send consumers into New Hampshire, according to the Distilled Spirits Council (DISCUS), which today urged Governor LePage to veto the bill on behalf of the state’s significant hospitality community.
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