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A Tennessee lawmaker has introduced a bill to eliminate sales tax on food for two months later this year.
Rep. Patsy Hazelwood introduced the bill last week.
The Food Tax Holiday Act would exempt sales taxes on food and food ingredients in the months of June and July of this year.
No action has been taken on the bill at this time.
Tennessee does have an annual sales tax holiday before school starts. During that weekend, there’s no sales tax on most clothing, school supplies, and computers. It’s set for July 24-26 in 2020.