Hawaii Considering Bill To Ban Cigarette Sales For People Under 100

The state of Hawaii is considering passing a bill that would ban anyone under the age of 100 from buying cigarettes. Hawaii became the first state to raise the legal buying age to 21 in 2016. The new bill that was introduced in the State House would continually raise the buying age by ten years each year before bumping the legal age to 100 by 2024. It would not apply to e-cigarettes, cigars or chewing tobacco, and cigarettes would still be available to out of state tourists.

 

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