Rapid City, S.D. – According to the state officials, this legislative session, Governor Noem has been advocating for the largest tax cut in South Dakota history by eliminating the sales tax on groceries.
Governor Noem released the following statement:
“The occupation tax is not just paid by out-of-state travelers. This legislation would raise taxes on South Dakotans.
South Dakota residents are traveling every day for business, medical visits, youth activities, weddings – the list goes on. South Dakotans vacation in South Dakota, as well.
We should be working to cut taxes this legislative session, not increase them. I oppose the tax increases enabled by House Bill 1109 and ask that you sustain my veto.”
No other information is available at the moment.