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OKLAHOMA VOICE: Stitt signs bill to eliminate state’s grocery sales tax

Summary by Ground News
Gov. Kevin Stitt signs bill to eliminate state's 4.5% sales tax on groceries. Measure is expected to reduce state revenue by $418 million a year. House Bill 1955 will take effect 90 days after Legislature adjourns. Measure does not eliminate local sales tax, but prohibits cities and counties from increasing it.

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