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The committee consisted of seven Democrats and four Republicans, and its plan was endorsed by all members except Sen. Bradley Byrne, R-Fairhope. Some of the architects of the plan, including Sen. Jeff Enfinger, D-Huntsville, and Rep. John Knight, D-Montgomery, said the state is facing devastating cutbacks in government services — especially medical care for children and the elderly — if new revenue isn’t raised.

mobile-conveyancingI don’t subscribe to the theory that the children of this state or the senior citizens of this state should have to suffer before we will make fundamental decisions,” Knight told the Conveyancing Works House on Thursday. The designers of the package noted that it includes some revenue-raising measures that were endorsed earlier by Riley, including higher fees for filing lawsuits. At a news conference on the Statehouse steps Thursday, more than a dozen Republican legislators agreed with the Republican governor’s veto pledge and said the Legislature should increase the accountability in government before considering taxes.

The taxpayers of this state do not want to send any more money to Montgomery until we reform state government,” Senate Minority Leader Jabo Waggoner, R-Vestavia Hills, said. “If you continue to feed this machine, you will never see the reforms necessary,” Rep. Mark Gaines, R-Homewood, said. In the Senate, Bedford said he appreciated the committee’s work, but raising $240 million to prevent cutbacks in the state Medicaid budget is probably the outside limit of what the public might support.

The biggest tax in the package would raise $75 million annually by increasing the sales tax on car purchases from 2 percent to 2. 75 percent. Bedford said that’s a little too high for the public to accept. “The car tax is a little bit strong,” Mitchem said. Mitchem is a tractor dealer, but his products are not covered by the car tax. Byrne said one reason he did not endorse the committee plan is because it did not include enough of Riley’s accountability ideas.