After much debate, an edited e-cigarette bill in Hawaii will not tax e-cigs at the 70% tobacco tax rate, but will restrict sales to minors.
E-cigarette bill, SB2233, was passed by the Hawaii Senate Ways and Means Committee Friday, Feb. 10, after members voted to delete language that would require a 70% tobacco tax on the devices, according to the Hawaii Reporter.
For full details check out the story at http://www.csdecisions.com/2012/02/13/hawaii-e-cigarette-bill-passes-senate-committee/
Thoughts? Will E-Cigs be as fortunate moving forward?