ROPER STARCH SURVEY SHOWS MAJORITY OF AMERICANS OPPOSED TO TOBACCO TAX INCREASE

2000-01-25

Paper reporting the results from a survey concluding that tobacco taxes are too high. Quotes the survey finding that the majority of people oppose the tax even when they find out that the revenues are Medicare prescription drugs.

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Subjects
DUCHESNE,S
KELLER,E
PM
BSMG WORLDWIDE
PHILIP MORRIS
ROPER REPORTS
ROPER STARCH WORLDWIDE
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30693
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