Are Sales Tax Holidays Good Public Policy? Some Research Says No
As many parents head to the checkout lane to take advantage of Ohio's three-day sales tax holiday that starts Friday, some researchers say the tax breaks are mostly a smoke screen.
Jared Walczak is an analyst with the non-partisan Tax Foundation, and he's among the researchers who say sales tax holidays are not effective public policy. He spoke with WOSU's Steve Brown.
Click the play button below to hear their conversation.