Rarely do Democrats and Republicans find common ground on tax policy, but tampons offer an exception.
With a bill to exempt feminine hygiene products from sales taxes headed to its first vote on Monday, legislators from both parties gathered at the Capitol in support of lifting a tax they said punishes women. They got support from a member of the state Board of Equalization – the tax board has backed lifting the policy – and a pair of precocious college student twins.
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