Gov. Kristi Noem makes case for grocery tax cut in South Dakota

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem delivers her budget address for the fiscal year 2024 on Tuesday in the House Chambers at the State Capitol in Pierre. (Matt Gade/Rapid City Journal via AP)

SIOUX FALLS — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem tried Tuesday to win over the Republican-controlled Legislature with details of her plan to enact a historic repeal of the state's tax on groceries. But to deliver on the campaign promise, the Republican governor must convince lawmakers in the coming months that the state can also afford to tackle inflation and a long list of items pressing on the state's budget.

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