Massachusetts Flavored Tobacco Ban Going Into Effect June 2020

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On June 1, 2020, the sale of flavored tobacco products will be banned at most retailers in the state of Massachusetts.

Today, Gov. Charlie Baker signed the new law into effect, which will also place a new 75 percent excise tax on vaping products and e-cigarettes.

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While most stores will no longer be able to sell flavored tobacco products, businesses defined as “smoking bars” will be able to sell flavored tobacco products and vaping products.

The ban includes any added flavorings such as mint and menthol.

Despite not being a complete ban on flavored tobacco products, this is the most stringent restriction on flavored tobacco products passed by any state.

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Charlie Minato
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