The recent news story in the Sioux Falls media on the impact of the Legislature’s 0.3 percentage point sales tax cut estimated an annual saving of $127 for a median-income household. It seems like a meager sum for such a highly touted tax cut. But I think even $127 is overly optimistic. That would take sales-taxable spending averaging $3,527 a month. How likely is that?
This seemed like a no-brainer to me. Sometimes the republicans in this state…smh. And I’m conservative.
On this one Noem was right.
There should be no food tax. Period. Noem agreed and then what happened?