Talking Points: The Likely Economic Consequences from Raising New York's Cigarette Excise Tax by $0.55 Per Pack

2000-01-05

Philip Morris talking points on the likely economic consequences of an increase in New York's cigarette excise tax. Includes charts on job and sales losses. Explores likely cigarette tax increases in other states if such a tax increase is passed in New York. Questions effect of such a tax on the existing revenue base and the reliability of the tax.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
ETTLINGER,M
ROBINSON,RA
PM
AMERICAN ECONOMICS GROUP
CITIZENS FOR TAX JUSTICE
FOOD + AGRICULTURE ISSUES RESOURCES COMM
INST ON TAXATION + ECONOMIC POLICY
NATL ASSN OF STATE BUDGET OFFICERS
NATL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES
NATL GOVERNORS ASSN
PMMC, PHILIP MORRIS MANAGEMENT CORP
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30387
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