The Arkansas state sales tax on groceries would drop under a bill that links the rate to debt service on the state’s outstanding bonds.

Senate Bill 135 filed by Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Bigelow, would authorize the state’s chief financial officer to lower the tax rate if debt service on some outstanding bonds and school desegregation costs fall below $35 million for six consecutive months.

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