Many states are trying to add extra taxes to e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes are not cigarettes and should not be taxed the same.
We fight unfair tax hikes at the federal, state, and local levels and we inform our members so they can do the same. We believe:
In 2015, 24 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia tried putting extra taxes on e-vapor products. Kansas, Louisiana and Washington, DC succeeded. Will your state be next?
Two states already had extra taxes on e-vapor products. Minnesota taxes them at 95% of the wholesale price. North Carolina taxes them at 5 cents per milliliter of e-liquid.