West Virginia says goodbye to food tax

West Virginia says goodbye to food tax

There are 1 comment on the NewsandSentinel.com story from Jul 1, 2013, titled West Virginia says goodbye to food tax. In it, NewsandSentinel.com reports that:

As of July 1, the 1 percent sales tax on edible items sold in the state was eliminated following decreases in that original 6 percent tax over several years.

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The Voices

Normantown, WV

#1 Jul 2, 2013
Rejoice and be happy because it won't be long until they start taxing again. It's happened before....

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