Mass. State Rep: 10 Reasons I Opposed The Tech Tax, And Still Do

The Battle Continues

After the July 31 start date of the Massachusetts tax on software services, anger has continued to brew among the tech community over the tax and a repeal motion is already making its way before the legislature and toward the 2014 ballot. Rep. Daniel Winslow, who voted against the tech tax as part of a bill to fund transportation, discussed with CRN why he voted against it in the first place, and why he -- and other state representatives -- continue to fight for its repeal. Here is a list of 10 reasons Winslow told CRN he wants the tax repealed.

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