miércoles, 11 de diciembre de 2013 - 10 de diciembre de 2013 - EEUU

SF leaders working to limit tobacco sales permits as cigarette sales rise 

A fee The City tacks on to sales of tobacco might not be slowing down cigarette sales, but San Francisco is exploring ways to thin out the number of businesses where people can buy such products.

About 12.5 million packs of cigarettes were sold in San Francisco last fiscal year, which is up from previous years based on data associated with the 20-cent surcharge. The fee is used to mitigate garbage on city streets caused by discarded cigarettes.

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