Women shouldn’t have to pay more than men for dry cleaning, tailoring, razors, hair products or other substantially similar goods and services, New Jersey state lawmakers said Thursday in voting for a ban on the so-called pink tax.

The state Senate Commerce Committee unanimously approved a bill (S2039) penalizing businesses for gendered pricing, a higher charge on products or services targeting and marketed to women and girls. A similar law went into effect in New York last year.  READ MORE >>

Originally Published in Star Ledger on March 12, 2021