Colorado ends sales tax on diapers, feminine hygiene products

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Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed a law to end the state sales and use tax on feminine hygiene products and diapers. The bipartisan law now goes into effect on Aug. 10. In 2017, Colorado lawmakers failed to pass similar legislation. According to the Governor's Office, this law is one of the 100 ways the Polis administration is saving Coloradans money.
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Diapers and feminine hygiene products no longer taxed in Colorado

Earlier this year, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed a law to end the state sales and use tax on feminine hygiene products and diapers.

4 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Mayor Fischer calling on Kentucky lawmakers to end taxes on diapers and feminine hygiene products

Kentucky currently charges a 6 percent sales tax on both types of products.

4 months ago·Louisville, United States
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Colorado ends sales tax on diapers, feminine hygiene products

A new state law follows similar measures in Aurora and Denver to end taxes on diapers and other products.

4 months ago·Denver, United States
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Metro Council asks state to eliminate sales tax on diapers, feminine hygiene products

Mayor Greg Fischer signed two resolutions that call for Kentucky legislators to eliminate the state's sales tax on diapers and feminine hygiene products.

4 months ago·Louisville, United States
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Colorado: Tax Free Feminine Hygiene Products

Diapers and Feminine Hygiene Products No Longer Taxed in Colorado DENVER - A new landmark bipartisan law signed by Governor Jared Polis to save people money w

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Diapers, incontinence, menstrual products no longer taxed in CO

COLORADO SPRINGS — A new law removing the state sales tax from feminine hygiene products and diapers goes into effect in August.Governor Jared Polis signed HB22-1055 into law in June. It reinforces the notion that diapers and menstruation products are a necessity, not a luxury, and should not be taxed as such."Removing the tax on dignity is a smart move, not only to save Coloradans' money on essential products but to help remove the stigma aroun…

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