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Michigan Senate Bill 1018 -- Take action now!

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  1. y cherry y

    y cherry y Ultra Member ECF Veteran Verified Member

    Nov 18, 2012
    Ypsilanti, MI
    This bill in in committee. If anyone hasn't seen CASAA's call to action, here is a link:

    CASAA: Call to Action: Michigan Legislators are Considering an Excise Tax on E-Cigarettes

    Just as important, we have drafted a letter to legislators from Michigan store owners, juice manufacturers and other vendors. It can be signed online. If you're a vendor and haven't signed it yet, please PM me and I'll send you the link.

    Thanks to everyone who's getting involved and fighting back.
     
  2. JimmyDB

    JimmyDB Ultra Member ECF Veteran Verified Member

    Sep 3, 2014
    Yup... did this a few hours ago... thanks for the heads up... now I BUMP

     
  3. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann ECF Guru ECF Veteran Verified Member

    Dec 30, 2011
    All over the place
    In case anyone is wondering, this bill is sponsored by Sen. Randy Richardville (R-MI; Senate Majority Leader). I am watching it closely and with bated breath. This would be terrible on a number of fronts, and especially since vape shops are popping up more and more out here.

    p.s. Emails have been sent.
     
  4. Ronald3638

    Ronald3638 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 16, 2013
    Zeeland, MI, USA
    Sent my success story and opinion on SB1018 as soon as I got the email from CASAA. Today I got another email stating that SB1018 had been removed from the list.

    It looks like our efforts are having an impact. Let's keep it up, this is no time to relax.

    I firmly believe this will only make those pushing this bill to try a sneaker approach to get their way.
     
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