ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — While attending the annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference in Orlando on Monday, Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill which would create three sales tax holidays this year including one right at the start of hurricane season.

Scott signed the bill Monday at the annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference.

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The nine-day sales tax holiday on the sale of hurricane preparation supplies such as batteries and generators would begin . This holiday starts May 31st.

The legislation also authorizes a three-day back-to-school sales tax holiday in August. Under the bill, shoppers would not have to pay sales taxes on any clothes worth $100 or less, school supplies worth $15 or less or on the first $750 of a personal computer.

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The bill also includes a three-day sales tax holiday in September on the purchase of energy-efficient appliances.

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