In departure from last year, GOP Senate leadership on board for tax cut
But it won't necessarily be the proposal adopted by the House
PIERRE – Last year, lawmakers in the South Dakota House of Representatives were clamoring to cut taxes.
Their counterparts in the Senate, not so much.
But it’s a new year. With it comes more record revenues and a $104 million sales tax cut passed by the House of Representatives Wednesday.
The Senate’s Republican leadership is singing a new tune this year, signaling that the Senate is on board with a tax cut.
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