Tampon tax to stay, as move to vote it down fails. Again

19 June 2017 @09:57 | The Sydney Morning Herald
Tampons and sanitary pads will remain 'luxury' items in Australia, after the Coalition and Labor voted down a Greens senate move to axe the tax applied to women's sanitary items. continue...


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