by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
North Carolina’s newly enacted tax on electronic cigarettes represents bad economic policy. It will hurt small businesses. It never should have been adopted as part of an omnibus tax reform bill.
Those are three key reasons why state lawmakers should reverse course and repeal the tax before it’s scheduled to take effect next June. That’s the recommendation in a new John Locke Foundation report. Learn more details here and by watching the video clip of report co-author Sarah Curry below.