Georgia Senate to Vote on Massive Tax Break for Delta, Days After The Airline Severed Ties With the NRA

Monday, February 26, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Cassandra Fairbanks
February 26, 2018

The Georgia senate is looking to push through a massive tax break that will save Delta millions of dollars, just days after the airline took a political stand against the National Rifle Association.

On Saturday, Delta announced that they were ending their discounted rates for NRA members. They are one of over a dozen companies that have cut ties with the organization this week as the Democrats have used the Parkland school shooting to call for boycotts.

Delta’s decision to wade into left-wing politics came just before a vote on a proposed jet fuel tax break that could save the company approximately $40 million if it passes. The bill, HB 918, has already passed the Georgia State House and has moved on to the state senate.

While the company has attempted to claim that they are not taking sides in the debate about gun control, their cutting ties with the NRA appears to scream otherwise.

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