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Federal, state, and local governments around the country continue to target adult tobacco consumers, retailers, and wholesalers with excessive taxes and unfair policies, such as retail bans and advertising restrictions.

Click on the action alerts below to take action on the most current issues that impact you and your business!

Calls to Action

  • Hennepin: Help Stop Unfair Tobacco Regulations!

    The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners is considering a ban on the sales of all flavored tobacco and vapor products, including menthol cigarettes, in the unincorporated parts of the county. This proposal could drive away some of your most valuable adult customers and hurt your bottom line.

    Help us tell the Board of Commissioners that that such a broad, overreaching regulation is unfair and unacceptable. It takes just 30 seconds today to email your County Commissioner!

    Your voice matters. Tell the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners to OPPOSE this proposal!

    Feel free to edit the letter on the next page and then press “Send” to deliver your message today!

     

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  • Albany County: Help Stop Unfair Tobacco Regulations!

    The Albany County Legislature is considering a ban on all flavored tobacco and flavored vapor products.

    This proposal could hurt your bottom line. Help us tell the Albany County Legislature that such a broad, overreaching regulation is unfair and unacceptable. It takes just 30 seconds today to email the County Legislature!

    Your voice matters. Tell the Albany County Legislature to OPPOSE this proposal!  

    Feel free to edit the letter on the next page and then press “Submit” to deliver the message to the Albany County Legislature today! 

     

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  • Los Angeles County Retailers: Help Stop Unfair Tobacco Regulations

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is considering a ban on flavored tobacco and e-vapor products. 

    This proposal could hurt your bottom line. Help us tell the County Board of Supervisors that such a broad, overreaching regulation is unfair and unacceptable. It takes just 30 seconds today to email your County Supervisor! 

    Your voice matters. Tell the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to OPPOSE this proposal!   

    Feel free to edit the letter on the next page and then press “Send” to deliver the message to the City Council today! 

     

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  • Los Angeles Retailers: Help Stop Unfair Tobacco Regulations!

    The Los Angeles City Council is considering a ban on flavored tobacco and e-vapor products. 

    This proposal could hurt your bottom line. Help us tell the City Council that such a broad, overreaching regulation is unfair and unacceptable. It takes just 30 seconds today to email your City Council member! 

    Your voice matters. Tell the Los Angeles City Council to OPPOSE this proposal!  

    Feel free to edit the letter on the next page and then press “Send” to deliver the message to the City Council today! 

     

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  • New York City Retailers: Help Stop Unfair Regulations!

    The New York City Council is considering a ban on all menthol cigarettes.

    This proposal could hurt your bottom line. Help us tell the City Council that such a broad, overreaching regulation is unfair and unacceptable. It takes just 30 seconds today to email the City Council!

    Your voice matters. Tell the New York City Council to OPPOSE this proposal!

     

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  • Virginia Retail Local Issue Alerts

    Sign up here if you’d like to receive more information or get more involved in local laws and regulations that could impact retailers in Virginia.

     

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    Sign up here if you’d like to receive more information or get more involved in the process of developing state and local laws and regulations that could impact retailers in your area.

     

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  • California Retail Local Issue Alerts

    Sign up here if you’d like to receive more information or get more involved in local laws and regulations that could impact retailers in California.

     

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