The car tax in Rhode Island is so unevenly collected and disproportionately important to town coffers that reducing it raises a host of secondary issues. Two proposals are before the General Assembly this year. One, introduced by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, would reduce the car tax starting in 2019 by cutting 30 percent of a…
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