OK Senate Passes Bill to Eliminate Grocery Tax

The Oklahoma Senate has passed a house bill that will cut grocery taxes, and is now headed to the Governor’s desk. The senate voted 42 to two in favor of the bill this morning. The bill will eliminate four point five percent of sales tax on food and food ingredients. Oklahomans will see a cheaper grocery receipt but will still pay local taxes. The tax cut is estimated to save each Oklahoman an average of $104.25 cents each year.

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