THE LIKELY ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES FROM RAISING NEW YORK'S CIGARETTE EXCISE TAX BY $0.25 PER PACK

1999-12-02

Philip Morris report on the likely economic consequences of raising New York's cigarette excise tax. Explores job, sales, and income losses and affects on other states. Accuses taxes of being unfair based on their regressivity and questions the stability of tobacco taxes. Includes charts with statistics supporting arguments.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
DEFRANCO
DUNHAM,J
LAURENCE
LILLEY
ROBINSON,RA
WILLIAM
PM
PHILIP MORRIS MANAGEMENT CORP
AMERICAN ECONOMICS GROUP
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
CITIZENS FOR TAX JUSTICE
COMMUNITY + ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISIO
GAO
NATL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES
NY LEGISLATURE
PMMC, PHILIP MORRIS MANAGEMENT CORP
TAX RESEARCH ANALYSIS CENTER
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30690
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