SD lawmaker's food sales tax bill fails again
PIERRE (AP) — A retiring South Dakota legislator has lost an eight-year fight for a measure to remove the sales tax on food.
The House Taxation Committee voted 9-4 to kill the bill.
Democratic Rep. Marc Feinstein of Sioux Falls says he's worked to remove the sales tax on food during all four of his terms.
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