lunes, 21 de octubre de 2013 19 de octubre de 2013 - EEUU

Mass. panel to study black market tobacco trade
BOSTON (AP) — A special commission charged with studying the economic fallout of the illegal cigarette and tobacco trade in Massachusetts is preparing to hold its first meeting.

The commission was created by state lawmakers to determine the magnitude of the black market tobacco trade.

The nine-member panel, which will meet Monday, is also expected to recommend legislation, enforcement actions and penalties. One goal of the commission is to help strengthen the collection of tobacco excise and sales taxes.

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