Missouri Voters Will Decide Again on Tobacco Tax
Missouri voters are being asked for the third time in a decade whether they want to continue to have the lowest tobacco tax in the nation. Opponents of the proposal say raising the tax to 90 cents will cause people in neighboring states to stop coming to Missouri to buy their smokes. The state auditor's office estimates the measure would generate between $283 million and $423 million annually.
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