Plan would cut state sales tax on food, some drugs

Birmingham News article

Alabama lawmakers will debate a new plan for eliminating Alabama's 4 percent sales tax from food and over-the-counter drugs and paying for it by raising income taxes on the state's top earners.

Under the plan to be debated Wednesday by a legislative committee, individual taxpayers making $100,000 a year or less and couples making $200,000 a year or less wouold see the amount they pay overall in state taxes lowered.

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