One State Gets The Largest Tax Break In History. Can Yours Do The Same?
South Dakota legislature approved a general sales tax cut from 4.5% to 4.2% that will last for at least four years into the state’s future, according to The Associated Press.
The enormous change is expected to cut taxes by some $104 million per year. But it’s not quite what Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem was hoping for from her peers. She initially wanted to repeal sales tax on groceries given the shocking mismanagement of global food supply chains in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I still believe that the best budget option for our state’s future is the one that I presented in December, including the elimination of the sales tax on groceries,” Noem said Friday, the AP reported. “And in the coming weeks, I will have to decide whether the budget that has been presented to me is worthy of my signature”
Within the session, Noem did however sign a bill into law that prohibits so-called “gender-affirming care” for children, the AP noted. Such care doesn’t actually exist.
Instead, doctors prescribe puberty blockers that destroy a child’s natural growth into adulthood. Doctors also push for mutilation surgery that claims to turn a child from one gender to another. In actuality, it just irreversibly harms the child. (LEARN MORE: World Expert Says Transgenderism Is ‘Mental Disorder,’ Sex Changes Are ‘Biologically Impossible,’ And The Industry Will Collapse Like Eugenics Did)
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