(Pierre, SD) — Governor Kristi Noem is working with lawmakers to propose legislation to provide South Dakota’s largest tax cut ever. The governor, Representative Mary Fitzgerald, and Senator John Wiik introduced a bill yesterday to eliminate the state sales tax on groceries. Noem says the measure is needed to give relief to South Dakotans dealing with increasing food costs. The proposal would return 102 million dollars in tax money to residents. The bill has six co-sponsors in the House and four in the Senate.
Noem Heads Up Legislation To Eliminate State Grocery Sales Tax