Maryland Passes Bill to Regulate E-cigarette Tax, Debate on Flavor Bans Continues
According to a report from the NM Tribune on November 21st, recent developments in the state of Maryland have resulted in the passing of a bill regarding the taxation of e-cigarettes. This legislation signifies a significant advancement in the regulation of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) in the state.
However, the debate on whether to ban flavored e-cigarette products continues, influenced by financial pressures.
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