Lawmakers are mulling a proposed school-supply tax-holiday bill.
According to state officials, if enacted, the measure would dial back the current sales tax to zero percent on approved back-to-school supplies from the first Thursday in August through the following Sunday.
Tax-exempt items reportedly would include computer software, clothing and clothing accessories retailing for less than $300 per item, school supplies. and art supplies going for $100 or less per item, and computers retailing for less than two grand.
Authorities say the measure enjoys bipartisan support.