Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking his $1.5 billion tax cut plan, unveiled last week as part of his budget recommendations, on the road, and he is bringing legislative support.
House Speaker Paul Renner and Senate President Kathleen Passidomo were on hand as DeSantis touted his proposal at an appliance store in Ocala.
The tax cut plan is focused mainly on eliminating sales taxes on a variety of goods, in some cases for a short dayslong sales tax holiday, in others for up to one year, and in other cases permanently. Baby diapers, wipes and clothes would get a permanent cut, for
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