NC Tax free weekend

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      I had mistakenly assumed that grocery foods were tax-free all over the U.S. because food is abasicnecessity. We HAVE to eat. I've never lived anywhere where food was taxed (not counting restaurant food, snack shop items, etc. which are all a luxury item). I guess I'm lucky.It boggles my mind to learn some people are paying high taxes on grocery food items.

      On the other hand, paper products, pet supplies etc. could be considered a 'luxury'. We have to eat; we don't have to have pets (even though pets haveto eat). Soit makes sense to me that those things are taxed.

      Christena

      On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 11:57 AM, <mhurst1@zoomtown.com> wrote:

      I wish there was no tax on pet products her in Ohio.

      Mike
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