Urge lawmakers to Oppose HB 635. Extra taxes on vapor products only discourage people from switching to smoke-free alternatives.
HB 331 would impose a cigarette-style 40% wholesale tax on all safer nicotine products and punish people for living smoke-free.
LB 584 would impose a 5c/mL tax on e-liquid, but may change to a 20% wholesale tax, an increase from the proposed nickel per milliliter.
HF 2523, a 22% excise tax on safer nicotine products, has been introduced and assigned to the House Ways and Means Committee.
SB 45 would impose a 35% wholesale tax on vapor products (devices and liquids) in Alaska.
WA – Take Action to OPPOSE HB1676 which would increase taxes on vaping, including hardware and components.
Urge Congress to reject a tax on safer nicotine products like vaping, snus, and smokeless tobacco that would be the same as the tax on cigarettes, the most harmful tobacco product.
A raft of legislation that failed to pass in 2020 is being brought back in the Michigan Senate for a second bite at the apple. Senate Bills 572 through 577 would impose new…
The City of Lakewood, CO is moving forward with a proposal (Ordinance O-2021-15) to let voters decide on a new tax on vapor and smoke-free tobacco products.
Texas – Stop a Vape Tax – HB 211 would impose a 5c/mL tax on nicotine e-liquid. Take Action by sharing your opposition to taxes on safer alternatives to smoking.