NEW MEXICO ASSOCIATION OPPOSED FOOD TAX REPEAL s Association said last week it did not support the state legislature's repeal late last month of a sales tax on food because it accompanied a 0.5% sales tax increase on all other items. Gene Valdez, the association's executive director, said his organization would have supported the measure if it had not been accompanied by the tax increase on nonfood items. In contrast, during a press conference following the 24-hour legislative marathon that ...

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