electronic cigarettes and dissolvable tobacco.
This bill would also:
Increase the MA smokeless tobacco tax rate from 90% to 110% of wholesale price, and also tax electronic cigarettes and dissolvables at 110% of wholesale price.
The bill has been introduced by the Massachusetts legislature's Joint Committee on Heath Care Financing as a substitute amendment to H2452, which has been referred to Joint Committee on Rules.
Please call, write or fax the members of the Joint Committee on Rules below.
What to say:
1. You oppose H.4291 because it would redefine the state's definition of "smokeless tobacco" to include new life-saving products like smoke-free electronic cigarettes.
2. Tell your story on how switching to an e-cigarette or smokeless tobacco has changed your life.
3. Explain that the purpose of increasing cigarette taxes has been to cover governmental ...Read More