July 23, 2020. By a vote of 11-2, the District of Columbia City Council voted to approve an amendment offered by Council Chair Phil Mendelson that is the first step in eliminating the 3% ad tax included in an earlier version of the budget. In short, the amendment...
At the end of the City Council session yesterday, consideration of the budget was officially tabled until 11:30 am tomorrow (Thursday), largely because of the controversy over the proposed ad tax. See Story. We know there are many advocates urging the Council to...
Dear DC Council, Nine years ago I was proud to move my company, Capitol Communicator, into DC from Virginia. The proposed advertising and media tax is making me question that decision. The advertising, media, creative and communications community is really hurting...
D.C.’s City Council is considering a new tax on the planning, creation, placement and display of advertising in print, broadcast and digital media. The Council will vote on the tax, Tuesday, July 21. DC-based Admirable Devil sent the following to DC Council Members:...
Capitol Communicator is running an industry commentary series by Dennis Goris, president and creative director at Goris Communications. You can find more Brand Creep cartoons here: https://capitolcommunicator.com/c/brand-creep/
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