The Center’s director talks grocery tax credit with Idaho Statesman

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The Idaho Legislature is considering a new proposal to raise the grocery tax credit from $100 per person to $120 per person, and from $120 to $140 for seniors. However, as the Center’s director, Alejandra Cerna Rios explains here, a credit more in line with the cost of food for families would likely be $160. You can read this February 2022 opinion piece from Scott McIntosh, the Idaho Statesman’s opinion editor, below.

Idaho grocery sales tax credit doesn’t go far enough | Idaho Statesman

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