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Oklahomans expected to keep quitline busy after cigarette tax increase

Oklahoma City — A smoking habit got quite a bit more expensive for Oklahomans on Monday, and public health advocates are trying to make the most of a moment when quitting cigarettes might suddenly loo... read more

Smokers flood quit lines as cigarette taxes top $1 per pack today

Expect a wait: Smokers are flooding the lines in a panic over an increase in the tobacco tax that goes into ... Michigan's quit line itself had to quit -- working, that is. It ran out of money in mid- ... read more

Shoppes On Peoria Bring Much-Needed Commerce To North Tulsa

After ... the future and keep residents from driving across town to do their shopping. So far, it has created 47 jobs and another 35 people are expected to be hired in the coming months. Gas And Cigar... read more

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Core-Mark Holding's (CORE) CEO Thomas Perkins on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

We were able to paydown our credit facility during April through approximately $300 million as we sold through most of the extra cigarette inventory we have left over from the March price increase. Ke... read more

'The Rachel Maddow Show' for Monday, July 20

They‘re a Seattle-based company that called us after they saw our segment ... size of the U.S. Army is being temporarily increase by 22,000 troops to meet the demands of the wars in Afghanistan and Ir... read more

Cigarette tax, others approved by House; lottery delayed in Day 3 of Legislative Special Session

(WHNT) - Day three of the Alabama Legislature's special session was busy with a lot of moving parts. Cigarette Tax Heads to Senate The House of Representatives narrowly approved a cigarette tax increa... read more

Lawmakers considering effort to reduce supermajority threshold for tax increases

More than 25 years after its ... leader of the Oklahoma State Senate, said SQ640 “was kind of payback for passing House Bill 1017.” Since its passage in 1992, voters have approved a tax hike on cigare... read more

Republicans Should Snuff Out Deadly Tobacco Rules

Furthermore, California voters on November 8 approved a $2-a-pack increase in the cigarette tax and a similar increase in other tobacco products, such as cigars, dip, snuff, snus, etc. But the tax hik... read more

Budget fix bills head to Senate floor

The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is the state’s Medicaid agency. Senate Bill 2 appropriates $26.5 million to the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. The funds would come from an increase ... toba... read more

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