• Bill to remove 'tampon tax' passes Michigan House

    10 days ago - By Wood TV

    LANSING, Mich. - A pair of bills that aim to repeal taxes on menstrual products, known as the "tampon tax," passed through the Michigan State House of Representatives Thursday with bipartisan support.
    House Bills 4270 and 5267 would exempt tampons, maxi pads, reusable menstrual cups and other menstrual products from taxation.
    Currently, menstrual products are subject to the 6% Michigan sales tax.
    “I am proud that our tireless work has finally paid off,” state Rep. Padma Kuppa, D-Troy, said in a press release. “With these bills making it through the House, we are that much closer as a state...
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