Sales tax provision in Walker’s budget would benefit Kwik Trip

In response to Kwik Trip, Gov. Scott Walker added a provision to his budget that would save the company from having to collect the sales tax on the frozen pizzas it produces and then ships to convenience stores across the state.
Steve Loehr, the company's vice president of operations support, argued it's about fairness.
Under the state's tax code, Kwik Trip doesn't collect the sales tax on frozen pizzas it sells that are produced by companies such as Jack's and Tombstone. The Kwik Trip frozen pizzas also wouldn't be subject to the sales tax if they were sold by other retailers. But because th...

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