HB1137 passes the South Dakota House

PIERRE, S.D. (SDBA) — The South Dakota House Wednesday overwhelmingly passes the largest tax cut in the state’s history.
HB 1137 reduces the state sales and use tax from 4.5% to 4.2%
It passed on a 66 to 3 vote.
Supporters say it would be a $104 million tax cut.
Bill sponsor, Republican Chris Karr from Sioux Falls.
Bill opponent, Rep. Linda Duba (doo-bah) from Sioux Falls.
The measure could save South Dakotans an average of $116 per person in sales tax.
The bill now goes to a Senate committee.