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Indian Tribal Governmental Status Act

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A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide the same tax treatment for recognized Indian tribes as are applicable to other governmental units.

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01/27/1975Introduced in Senate

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01/27/1975Referred to Senate Committee on Finance.
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Sen. Hatfield, Mark O. [R-OR]
Sen. Montoya, Joseph M. [D-NM]

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Senate Finance01/27/1975 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (01/27/1975)

Indian Tribal Governmental Status Act - Expresses the findings of Congress including that exemption of Indian tribal governments from specified taxes should be consistent with the Federal laws and treaties recognizing the government status of such tribes and with the role of Indian tribes in providing public service to Indians.

Provides for such treatment under provisions of the Internal Revenue Code relating to: (1) retirement income; (2) contributions to candidates for public office; (3) interest on governmental obligations; (4) income of governments; (5) scholdarship and fellowship grants; (6) charitable contributions and specified tax deductions; (7) services and facilities tax; (8) other taxes on sales and services; (9) gasoline used on farms; (10) taxation on employee annuities; (11) transfers for public, charitable, and religious uses; (12) retailers' and manufacturers' excise taxes; and (13) specified gasoline and lubricating oil taxes.