A study released this week suggests Kansas’ sales tax on food, in addition to local sales taxes, is causing shoppers to buy groceries across state lines.
A study released this week suggests Kansas’ sales tax on food, in addition to local sales taxes, is causing shoppers to buy groceries across state lines. File photo File photo
A study released this week suggests Kansas’ sales tax on food, in addition to local sales taxes, is causing shoppers to buy groceries across state lines. File photo File photo

Kansas losing grocery tax revenue to border hopping, study says

January 17, 2016 04:42 PM

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