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Study: Cigarette Taxes Rarely Produce Promised Revenue

Increased cigarette taxes rarely produce the revenue expected and revenues have continued to decline since 2010, according to a new study released by the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy. Fairly consistently, the tax increases produce a decrease in revenue, don’t meet expectations, miss budget projections or simply produce mixed results that often turn flat or negative in the years following.

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