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HUNTSVILLE RADIO: Lawmakers should cut grocery taxes if they raise the gas tax

API senior fellow J. Pepper Bryars appeared on WVNN 92.5 in Huntsville over the weekend to discuss the gas tax increase in Alabama and how lawmakers should off-set the move with a tax decrease of equal value elsewhere.

Bryars mentioned that cutting the grocery tax would be a popular move.

“If they’re going to ask Alabamians to pay an extra $300 at the gas station next year, they should allow them to save $300 at the grocery store,” he said.

Read more about API’s revenue-neutral proposal here, and listen to the radio interview here:

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