Hungry For Relief
Food is expensive enough as it is, thanks to rampant inflation. However, for residents of several states, rising prices aren’t the only worry, because they’re still stuck paying some sort of state sales taxes on their groceries. These often-controversial taxes are hotly debated, with critics saying they're especially unfair for low-income residents, and some states are now considering temporary reductions or grocery-tax holidays. Here are the 13 states where a trip to the supermarket is that much more painful.