Remove the Grocery Tax

Idaho is one of 13  states with a sales tax that still imposes it on groceries. Idaho has the 3rd highest grocery tax, behind Kansas and Missouri. Sales taxes worsen income and racial inequalities

The average single Idaho resident spends around $3,792 on food or roughly $316 per month. For a four-person family with two working adults and two children, these costs nearly triple to $11,106 annually or approximately $925.50 per month.

By removing the grocery tax the average family can buy a gallon of milk, a loaf of bread, a dozen eggs, and a bag of apples, EACH WEEK.

Sign The Petition!

Young Americans for Liberty is working on repealing the Grocery Tax in Idaho. Right now families are struggling in Idaho.  Instead of taking more money from hard working people across our state, Idaho legislators should be returning money back to the taxpayer! It's time to repeal the grocery tax in Idaho once and for all and 2021 is the year to do it!

Send your message today to your local Idaho State Representative and Senator urging them to vote for and co-sponsor GROCERY TAX REPEAL in 2021!