House Bill 2563: Cigarettes and Tobacco Products, Testimony

House Federal and State Affairs Committee

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Feb 13, 2020


Hina B. Shah, M.P.H.


Hina B. Shah, M.P.H., KHI Senior Analyst, submitted neutral written testimony to the House Federal and State Affairs Committee on February 13, 2020, on House Bill (HB) 2563, which aims to increase the minimum age to purchase or possess cigarettes and tobacco products from age 18 to 21 (referred to as “Tobacco 21”) and prohibits cigarette vending machines and flavored vaping products.

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