In November, Colorado voters will have a chance to raise the tax on cigarettes by $1.75 per pack.
Initiative 143, which would also raise taxes on other nicotine products by 22 percent, is projected to bring in about $315 million in its first year, money that would flow to smoking cessation programs, campaigns to keep kids from lighting up, and research into the variety of diseases that nicotine causes. It also would be one of the largest Read More
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