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In Touch 9/25/23

Kathrine from the Aberdeen Convention and Visitors Bureau join us to talk about this week’s “Pup Crawl”…

Gov. Noem continues fight to repeal state tax on groceries

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem released a video Tuesday urging state lawmakers to revisit her proposed repeal of the state tax on groceries. Repealing this tax was a major campaign promise by the Governor this past election cycle.

Governor Noem touted her accomplishments as governor as the reason the state can afford a tax cut…

The state House of Representatives passed the grocery tax repeal, but it was defeated in a state senate committee.

Instead lawmakers are looking to lower the overall sales tax rate from 4.5 percent to 4.2 percent. That bill has passed out of the house. However, it has been amended in the Senate to sunset after two years.

Governor Noem says the cutting the state tax on food is the fairest way to save South Dakota residents money…

Noem touted a recent poll which found that 58 percent of those surveyed favored a repeal of the state tax on food. Governor Noem challenged lawmakers, calling on them to give the people what they allegedly want…