State tobacco-related legislative bills that have been introduced in the past week are listed below alphabetically by state:
Florida: House Bill 6081 repeals the state preemption on the establishment of the minimum age for purchasing or possessing, and the regulation for the marketing, sale, or delivery of, tobacco and nicotine products. This bill has been pre-filed for the 2022 legislative session.
New Hampshire: Senate Bill 314 reduces the state excise tax on modified risk tobacco products.
New Jersey: Assembly Bill 6224 increases the amount of cigarette and other tobacco products tax revenue to the State Commission on Cancer Research.
Utah: House Bill 34, which modifies the definition of “cigarette” for taxation and regulation purposes to include both combusted and heated products, was pre-filed on December 14, 2021.