HR 2339 (Pallone-NJ), which would, among other things, ban vapor products in flavors other than toba

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  1. lordmage

    lordmage Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Gold Contributor ECF Refugee Member For 5 Years

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    (Update - 02.21.20) https://www.votervoice.net/CASAA/Campaigns/68346/Respond

    HR 2339 (Pallone-NJ), which would, among other things, ban vapor products in flavors other than tobacco, is scheduled for a vote by the full House of Representatives on

    Thursday, February 27, 2020


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    This legislation is being supported by an army of Bloomberg-funded anti-harm reduction groups to the tune of $160,000,000.

    At the same time, it is likely that a tax bill, HR 4742, which is attempting to enact tax parity between vapor products and combustible cigarettes, will also be taken up by the full House.



     
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    Although New Jersey doesn't affect me how can they collect Taxes on something they have already banned? What amazes me is New Jersey people do not ADVOCATE................
     
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    didn't you hear it's ban until taxed to death. either way this CTa is a national one... it only was pushed by the NJ Rep.
     

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