Denver prepares to eliminate city’s diaper tax
(Denver, Colo.) Denver is one vote away from ending the city tax on diapers. Denver City Council voted Monday unanimously to approve the first reading of a bill that ends the diaper tax. The council must approve it again next week to become law on Oct. 1.
Denver may end diaper tax, joining Aurora and state
(Denver, Colo.) The City and County of Denver may join Aurora and the state and end the tax on diapers. A bill to end tax on diapers tops the City Council’s Finance and Governance Committee meeting agenda of May 31. The meeting was canceled due to the holiday, however. Committee Chair Kendra Black said since the bill is on the consent calendar it will not be discussed.
First 5 Alameda County helps provide diapers to ALCO mothers
(Brandon Bell / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) First 5 Alameda County and Help a Mother Out helped provide diapers to mothers throughout Alameda County. According to a recent evaluation, performed in-house, the nonprofit helped provide more than 4.3 million diapers to Alameda County families in the 2021 fiscal year.
Dad Review of Pampers Newborn Diapers
Diapers are rarely the kind of thing that expectant parents get excited about. They are a practical necessity, though, for anyone expecting a new baby. I usually advise expecting parents to purchase both preemie size and newborn size diapers. There’s always a chance that your baby could come early or be on the small side, and the preemie diapers are a great fit for smaller newborns. In terms of a brand, I recommend Pampers diapers. I find that they are more absorbent, easier to put on, and higher quality than many other brands out there.