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Opponents of Ga. ‘tampon tax’ vow to press lawmakers in 2020

When tweeting out a link to the Georgia Recorder’s coverage of #HB8 and the money allocated to the Georgia DOE and DPH, author Jill Nolin (Twitter: @jillnolin) noted that, “The $1.5 million in the state budget for menstrual products could see a trim. Advocates are urging the state’s budget writers to not just leave the funds alone but to also come back next year and rethink the sales tax on these products.”

We are grateful for the coverage, not only to some of Georgia STOMP’s pillars of work, but of member organizations like Macon Periods Easier! Check out the link at the top for a great read.feminine-hygiene-products_Macon-school.jpg

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