H.R. 5715, A Bill To Amend The Internal Revenue Code Of 1986 To Impose An Annual $1,000 Tax On Each Cigarette Vending Machine, And To Provide That Revenues From Such Tax Be Used By The Centers For Disease Control To Fund Reduced Tobacco Use Programs


Bill introduced in Congress by Rep. Stark to impose a tax on cigarette vending machines and use these funds for tobacco control programs. Provides details of new tax, including administrative procedure and penalties for noncompliance. Creates 'Reduced Tobacco Use Program Trust Fund' in which revenue can be deposited and used by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for tobacco control programs.

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Community Health Program Records
U.S. Public Health Service, Department of the Treasury, Centers for Disease Control
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