CO Dems work to end pink tax


Colorado Democratic lawmakers want the state to join the ranks of 12 other states that don’t impose a sales tax on menstrual products and 15 that don’t on diapers. This is an important issue because research shows that women are paying more than men 42% of the time. How much more? About $1,300 more a year in extra costs. And of course this has an enormous impact on women from low-income households. So please contact your legislators and let them know you support ending the pink tax.

Dylan Roberts State House District 26 RepDylanRoberts@gmail.com

Kerry Donovan State Senate District 5 kerry.donovan.sd5@gmail.com

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