As California's new cigarette tax jumps by $2 a pack on April 1, 2017, smokers and store owners say it'll take a hit on sales. For many, it's motivation to finally quit smoking. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee
As California's new cigarette tax jumps by $2 a pack on April 1, 2017, smokers and store owners say it'll take a hit on sales. For many, it's motivation to finally quit smoking. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee
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It’s OK to light up at California beaches and parks, Jerry Brown says

October 06, 2017 04:00 PM