8. Law Was Poorly Drafted
The law left much of the interpretation to the Department of Revenue for implementation. Winslow said that part of their jobs as legislators is to provide clear, thorough laws that could be easily put in place by the DOR. However, that was not the case with this law, Winslow said. The DOR list of FAQs has at least 55 questions at last count. "It's a lousy, poorly drafted law," Winslow said.