Lessons from Canada's Bootlegging Crisis

1993-11-19

Article on Canada's cigarette bootlegging crisis. Argues that this crisis is proof the US should not raise cigarette taxes. Discusses particular effects of bootlegging on youth smoking. Claims smuggling will increase youth smoking because criminals will not ask for proof of age. Finds that increasing cigarette taxes does not decrease youth smoking.

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Chretien
Durbin
Marleau, Diane
Ron, Martelle
Stephens, Megan
TI
Administration-S Health Security Act And Other Health Reform Proposals House Of Reps
Black Market On Youth
Canadian Health Minister
CBS
Congress
Cornwall Civic Center
GAO
Globe
Lindquist Avey Macdonald Baskerville Inc
National Association Of Convenience Stores
National Institute On Drug Abuse
National Tobacco Settlement
Statistics Canada Report On The National Population Health Survey
United States Lindquist Avcy Macdonald Baskerville Inc
University Of Michigan
Ways & Means Committee
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