FILE- In this Friday, March 29, 2013 file photo, patron Adam Rudell, of St. Petersburg, Fla., sits with two gallon-sized jugs of beer, known among beer enthusiasts as growlers, at the Swamp Head Brewery in Gainesville, Fla. Starting Wednesday, the state will no long collect sales tax on gun club memberships, people with 64-ounce beer containers known as “growlers” can get them filled at breweries, and governments in Florida will have to start looking to buy American-made U.S. flags.
FILE- In this Friday, March 29, 2013 file photo, patron Adam Rudell, of St. Petersburg, Fla., sits with two gallon-sized jugs of beer, known among beer enthusiasts as growlers, at the Swamp Head Brewery in Gainesville, Fla. Starting Wednesday, the state will no long collect sales tax on gun club memberships, people with 64-ounce beer containers known as “growlers” can get them filled at breweries, and governments in Florida will have to start looking to buy American-made U.S. flags. Brendan Farrington AP
FILE- In this Friday, March 29, 2013 file photo, patron Adam Rudell, of St. Petersburg, Fla., sits with two gallon-sized jugs of beer, known among beer enthusiasts as growlers, at the Swamp Head Brewery in Gainesville, Fla. Starting Wednesday, the state will no long collect sales tax on gun club memberships, people with 64-ounce beer containers known as “growlers” can get them filled at breweries, and governments in Florida will have to start looking to buy American-made U.S. flags. Brendan Farrington AP

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