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It's Your Call

5:39 PM, May 17, 2013  |  Comments
Bowl of potato chips
Bowl of potato chips

LOOK BACK: The controversy over the FoodShare program could be simply solved by reverting to the old food stamp program guidelines. They were cost-saving guidelines to the taxpayers. If the product was deemed necessary in Wisconsin, it was nontaxable. This includes ice cream, baking products, meat, fish, dairy, fruits, vegetables, etc. Products not included in the original food stamp program were taxable items that have a high cost for production - popped popcorn, potato chips, jelly. That would solve the controversy.

Georgie Merbach,

Harrison

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