Honolulu Officials Unlikely To Try To Extend Rail Tax

·By Adrienne LaFrance

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Carlisle, Horner meet with head of Federal Transit Administration in Washington.

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  1. The GET and related Oahu surcharge apply to all business transactions, not limited to sales transactions. An earlier version of this article described the tax as pertaining to "sales transactions."