Friday, April 4, 2014

Mississippi Creates State Holiday for Guns

The governor of Mississippi has just signed into law a "holiday" of sorts that will take place in the first full weekend of each September. During that time, the state will not collect it's typical 'cut' of 7% for any commercial sale of guns or ammunition. You got that right - no sales tax will be charged for guns, ammo or 'hunting supplies' according to the bill.

I thought this was an April Fool's joke when I first read it, but here's the text of the bill.

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