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Topic - Antonio R. Villaraigosa
Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa announced last week that he wants to eliminate business taxes on new car dealers in an effort to lure them back and keep the dealers that are left.
"For too long, L.A.'s business tax has driven auto dealers outside the city limits," Mr. Villaraigosa said. "It's time to reform the way we tax auto dealers so that we can bring more jobs and more sales tax to our city."