I think you're the one with the comprehension malady. If Sucia gives tax breaks to corporations, that means less revenue for the state, then one of the ways to make up for the lost revenue is to decrease or eliminate the payouts to municipalities (which were done so that muni's could exempt food & medicine from sales taxes). This is discussed in the article.<quoted text>
Ahh, so you read, but didn't comprehend? There's nothing in the article about food and medicine tax exemptions being eliminated anywhere in New Mexico. What IS going to happen is that the state is going to phase out transferring state tax monies to cities that were hurt by the elimination of the gross receipts tax on groceries and medicine.
And again, tax cuts are not in the least bit similar to "giveaways.
Maybe you should see a doctor about the "throwing up in your mouth" thing. That's not normal.
Acid Reflux, perhaps?
As for Susana, she's got my vote next time too!
If these revenues are decreased or eliminated, then municipalities (most of whom are already having budget shortfalls for fy14) have no choice but to decrease or elimate services or restore the taxes on food and medicine. This also is discussed in the article.
No matter how you try to spin it, we get to the same conclusion - those of us middle class folk who depend on food and medicine end up subsidizing corporations.