Texas taxes snacks

Texans would pay more than 10 percent sales tax each time they purchase cookies, popcorn, soda, cakes, pies, pastries, tortes, chips, and nuts not bought in restaurants. The bill would help pay for a proposed one-third reduction in school property taxes as apart of an overhaul of the way Texas pays for public schools.

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