April 1, 2012 12:00 AM
The move is good news for shoppers and retailers who say that business suffered for the last year and a half while the tax break was suspended.
Merchants said that a move last year to roll back the tax on items under $55 didn’t help.
Sammy Salem, the manager at Shoemania told CBS 2′s Carolyn Gusoff that customer regularly complained about the tax, even as they were making a purchase "
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