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'Largest single year tax cut in Oklahoma history:' Gov. Stitt signs state grocery tax elimination into law

Summary by Ground News
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signs a bill to eliminate the state's portion of the grocery tax. The state's 4.5% portion equals about $3.83 on an $85 grocery bill. The agreement represents more than $400 million when fully implemented. The bill passed the Senate last week with a vote of 42-2.

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