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'Tampon tax' scrapped in Australia after 18-year controversy

BBC News -------- Australia will remove a controversial tax on female sanitary products following years of campaigning by women's groups. Currently, tampons and sanitary pads are sold with a 10% goods and services tax (GST) because they are categorized as non-essential items. Women argued it was an unfair classification, noting items such as condoms and sunscreen were exempt. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

'Tampon tax' scrapped in Australia after 18-year controversy - Read More from BBC News

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