TAXES AND "SOCIAL COSTS"

1992-00-00

Draft; Report describing the trend of increasing tobacco excise taxes. Discusses the debate between the tobacco industry and governmental agencies, who are raising taxes to finance deficits and health care reform. States objectives of the report, including showing that excise taxes are detrimental and regressive as well as responding to anti-smokers' arguments "social cost" arguments. Emphasizes t... read more

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Subjects
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Tobacco Industry Labor Management Committee (TILMC)
Consumer Tax Alliance (CTA)
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
House Ways and Means Senate Finance Committee
US Chamber of Commerce
National Association of Manufacturers
Coalition Against Regressive Taxation (CART)
Price Waterhouse
State Activities Division (of the Tobacco Industry) (SAD)
National Tobacco Council
Tobacco Action Network (TAN)
Citizen Action
National Council of Senior Citizens
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget
National Chamber Foundation
American Economic Association
Southern Economic Association
Western Economic Association
Atlantic Economic Association
American Legislative Exchange Council
National Conference of State Legislators
Council of State Governments
National Governor's Association
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30458
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