(Pierre, SD) — The South Dakota Senate is reviving a proposal to cut the state sales tax on groceries. A highly amended bill passed the Senate yesterday by a slim margin and is set to go to the House. If the House approves the measure, it will go to Governor Kristi Noem’s desk for signature. A conference committee will be called if the House doesn’t approve the bill to come to an agreement on the final bill.
SD Senate Revives Noem Proposal To Cut Grocery Sales Tax