Senator Eyes Tobacco Ad Tax Rules




WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Jack Reed today plans to offer an amendment to legislation being debated in the Senate that would remove tax benefits from tobacco advertisers deemed to be targeting children.
A representative for Reed, D-R.I., said the amendment will be proposed when debate on the tobacco bill resumes.

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