States with no sales tax:
Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, Oregon
States with no sales tax on clothing:
Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Rhode Island
States with partial sales tax on clothing:
New York (no tax on items $110 or less), Massachusetts ($175 or less)
Source: Tax Foundation
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