A key House panel on Wednesday approved a 7% excise tax on vaping devices and products but didn’t take up an increase in cigarette... House panel takes another stab at vaping tax

A key House panel on Wednesday approved a 7% excise tax on vaping devices and products but didn’t take up an increase in cigarette taxes. House Ways & Means Chairman Brett Harrell, R-Snellville, indicated that adding a cigarette tax hike to the vaping bill – Senate Bill 375 – would doom its chances.

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