HB 63: Tax Exemption for Feminine Hygiene Products
GENERAL BILL by Edwards ; Raburn ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Altman ; Antone ; Berman ; Clemons ; Combee ; Cortes, J. ; Daniels ; Duran ; Fitzenhagen ; Geller ; Gruters ; Harrell ; Jacobs ; Leek ; Mariano ; McGhee ; Mercado ; Moskowitz ; Peters ; Plasencia ; Porter ; Raschein ; Raulerson ; Silvers ; Slosberg ; Smith ; White
Tax Exemption for Feminine Hygiene Products; Exempts from sales & use tax sale of feminine hygiene products; defines term "feminine hygiene product."
HB 63, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 11/29/2016 at 4:10 PM
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Related Bills (2)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Learn more about bill relationships Last Action and Location Track Bills S 176 Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Feminine Hygiene Products Passidomo Similar Last Action: 5/5/2017 S Died on Calendar, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 7109 (Ch. 2017-36) H 7109 (er) Taxation Ways and Means Committee Compare Last Action: 5/25/2017 Chapter No. 2017-36, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 7099 (Ch. 2017-67)
Citations - Statutes (1)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 212.08 Sales, rental, use, consumption, distribution, and storage tax; specified exemptions. Page 1 (pdf)
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