Floridians will get another "Tax Holiday" to help prepare for the hurricane season, thanks to the Florida Legislature.
People will be able to buy items ranging from flashlights to generators without paying state or local sales tax for 12 days.
It starts May 21 and lasts through June 1, the official first day of the hurricane season.
Legislation supporters hope it will encourage people to stock up on hurricane supplies ahead of time instead of waiting until a storm is bearing down.
Gov. Bush had recommended the tax holiday as part of his campaign to encourage people to get ready for what is predicted to be another intense hurricane season.
Hurricane Tax Holiday: