A Democratic state lawmaker says she’ll try again to reduce some of the extra costs of being a woman in Wisconsin. Madison Representative Melissa Sargent says she’ll reintroduce a bill to require state operated buildings to have free tampons and pads. The other measure would stop charging the sales tax for those items, and Sargent tells the Madison Capital Times she hopes the tax exemption would have a better chance of passing. She again has support from Republican Adam Neylon of Pewaukee, who worked with Sargent as they failed to get the tax break into the new state budget. Officials say Wisconsin women pay about two-point-seven million dollars a year in taxes for menstrual items.