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Tennessee State Senate To Hold Hearing On Taxing Athletes
Published July 25, 2013
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Scheduled to speak in favor of the bill are NHLPA General Counsel Don Zavelo, NHLPA Special Assistant to the Exec Dir Mathieu Schneider, NBPA counsel Dave Kiefer and Steve Kidder, outside counsel to the NHLPA and the NBPA. Wexler is scheduled to speak in opposition to the bill. Each side will have 30 minutes to make their statements in front of a three-senator ad-hoc committee chaired by Sen. Jack Johnson, who introduced the bill. This is the first hearing of the ad-hoc committee, and the Tennessee legislature cannot vote on the bill until January '14.