June 30, 2013 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Kansas still taxing food

As a new fiscal year dawns Monday, Kansas will continue to compare unfavorably with its neighbors for its high sales-tax rate and with the 37 states that don’t have a sales tax on food. And as the income-tax cuts shrivel state revenues, legislators likely will need Kansans to keep paying sales tax on bread, milk, fruit and everything else on the grocery list.

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