OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Quick facts:
- You could soon pay less at the grocery store, but at what cost?
- FOX23 found that tax cuts could mean cuts for police and fire services across Oklahoma.
- This comes after Governor Mary Fallin announced a plan to abolish the sales tax on groceries.
- Families could save between $350 and $700 each year.
- Small towns and cities, on the other hand, could go bankrupt, according to Republican Mike Schulz, Oklahoma Senate Pro Tempore.
- Some small towns and communities only gain sizable tax revenue from grocery tax.
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