CONCORD, N.H. — “I can tell you in New Hampshire people don’t like sales tax,” a diner eating lunch in a Concord restaurant told the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO. “Don’t confuse the New Hampshire sales tax with this because you’re going to have to pay that anyway,” Cain said.
But the man quickly corrected the presidential candidate: “New Hampshire doesn’t have a sales tax.” “Don’t mix the two,” Cain insisted. “Some people say, well we don’t want a sales tax. It’s not a state sales tax.”
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