Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman says he wants feedback from the agriculture community on the tax proposal plan he introduced during his State of the State address.
The Governor and Lt. Governor Rick Sheehy pitched his tax plan Wednesday around the state.
Sheehy spoke in South Sioux City and reaffirmed that while food would not be taxed, other ag related infrastructure might be to make up for revenue lost with the proposed elimination of business income taxes:
Heineman says he knows the agriculture community won't be bashful about sharing their opinions on eliminating income and corporate taxes while also ditching about $2.4 billion in sales tax breaks for businesses.
Nebraska AP assisted on this report.