(Pierre, SD) — Governor Noem is clarifying her stance on stopping the state’s sales tax on groceries. Noem spokesman Ian Fury says her pushback last week is specifically on the proposed ballot measure. The Governor shared disapproval of the Attorney General Marty Jackley’s statement that the cut could impact the state’s tobacco sales obligations. Fury calls the proposed ballot measure “deeply flawed.”
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Noem Supports Cutting Grocery Tax, Has Concerns on Ballot Measure