We are tracking state waivers and local policies during this crisis.
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As of April 1, only three states have not followed the federal government's new tax filing date of July 15th or later: Idaho, Mississippi, and Virginia.
Virginia did push back the tax payment deadline to June 1, but the tax filing deadline remains May 1 (Virginia’s normal deadline). UPDATE: Virginia has given all residents an automatic 6-month filing extension, which moves the filing deadline from May 1 to November 1 for most taxpayers.
Meanwhile, Idaho postponed its deadline for income tax filing and payment two months, from April 15 to June 15, and Mississippi extended filing and payment deadlines one month, to May 15th. Individual income tax filing and payment deadlines are July 15 or later in all other states. (Source: The Tax Foundation.)
At the state level, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York have taken temporary action on checkout bags. Click on those states below for more information. Although CDC has chosen not to weigh in on the issue of reusable bag sanitation, FMI's Food Safety Team has guidance available on the topic.
The following local jurisdictions have suspended or delayed their bag bans or fees, or otherwise restricted the use of reusable bags.