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‘Pink tax’ to end in Ohio

COLUMBUS — Doing away with the state sales tax being levied on feminine hygiene products is part of a bigger movement in Ohio and across the country to make tampons and pads more widely available to women who need them and to destigmatize menstruation. Gov. Mike DeWine ended the tax, which can cost women hundreds of dollars over their lifetimes, by signing Senate Bill 26 into law Wednesday. His office called it “common-sense tax reform.” Many advocates, who have […]
Source: The Daily Jeff – News from Camberidge OH

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