Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Bird Watching Tax on the way, thanks TWRA

True to form, TWRA doesn't consider reducing their spending. No, that's too easy. They try to find a new way to tax. The welfare of taxpaying families simply doesn't enter into their thinking.

But wildlife watching in Tennessee – which doesn’t require a license – is on the rise. TWRA is pitching an idea to tax non-hunters through small fees for trailer license plates, new fees to visit managed lands or by taxing products like bird seed.