The debate over tax policy suddenly and surprisingly shifted Thursday night when Republican leaders successfully passed a bill eliminating the state's sales tax on food by next year.
The Senate abandoned a plan pitched by Senate President Ty Masterson earlier this week when he called for repealing the current law that phases out the state sales tax on food by 2025.
Masterson wanted to replace the current law with a new . . .
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