State tobacco-related legislative bills that have been acted on by a state legislative committee or state legislature are listed below alphabetically by state
Maryland: Senate Bill 177, which prohibits the sale of flavored tobacco products and electronic smoking devices (includes menthol, mint and wintergreen), will be heard in the Senate Finance Committee on January 28, 2021. Senate Bill 273, which concerns electronic smoking device regulation, will be heard in the Senate Finance Committee on January 28, 2021.
Montana: House Bill 137, which limits local governing units and the Department of Public Health and Human Services from establishing requirements on alternative nicotine products or vapor products and amends the Youth Access to Tobacco Products Act to clarify that alternative nicotine products or vapor products are separate and distinct from tobacco products, was heard in the House Human Services Committee on January 13, 2021. No action was taken, and the bill remains in committee. If approved, this bill would apply retroactively.
House Bill 105, which prohibits giving or selling tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, or vapor products to children, was heard in the House Judiciary Committee on January 13, 2021. No action was taken, and the bill remains in committee.
New Jersey: Senate Bill 2943, which requires tobacco products retailers to carry and offer for sale at least one nicotine replacement therapy, drug, device or combination product that has been approved by the FDA for tobacco cessation use, was heard in the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee on January 14, 2021.