Restoring state sales tax on food a topic of tax reform task force
There were lots of charts and graphs but little discussion about restoring the full sales tax on food, reducing the state income tax rate and other proposals on the agenda Monday for the first meeting of the Utah Legislature’s tax reform task force following a series of public hearings around the state.
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