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Taxes paid on a few items typically bought the drug store are coming down. Last year state lawmakers approved a measure to remove the general sales tax on items like adult incontinence products and tampons. State Senator Melinda Bush says that those items are have to be used by either half the population or people that need to for medical reasons and they shouldn’t be taxed like other everyday items. 

Illinois became the third state to reduce the tax on those needed items.

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