The state of Michigan has officially legalized the use of tobacco in all forms, including cigars, pipes and e-cigarettes.
This is an important step toward a tobacco free America.
The bill is scheduled to be voted on by the Michigan House on Friday.
The bill, SB 1062, will take effect immediately.
The law applies to retailers selling cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and other tobacco products that are manufactured in Michigan.
The new law will also allow manufacturers to apply for licenses for new production facilities in Michigan that produce tobacco products.
In a statement, Gov.
The new Michigan law, which took effect on Wednesday, will apply to any manufacturer that manufactures tobacco products in the state.”
This legislation allows Michiganans to breathe new life into the dying industry that will save Michigan the untold billions of dollars in lost health and economic productivity, and will allow the state to move forward to create a more prosperous, safer, and more environmentally sustainable future for our state.”
The new Michigan law, which took effect on Wednesday, will apply to any manufacturer that manufactures tobacco products in the state.
The law will allow Michigan to begin issuing the new licenses.
Under the new law, Michigan will have a $1 million excise tax on tobacco products and $50,000 on the wholesale sales of tobacco products from the same manufacturer.
The state’s cigarette tax will be reduced from the current $1 per pack to $1.50 per pack, and the state’s tobacco excise tax will rise from 1.25 cents per pack in 2019 to 2.75 cents per package in 2020.
The Michigan Tobacco Tax Act is expected to generate an estimated $3.7 billion in revenue for the state, according to the governor’s office.
The cigarette tax is one of the largest revenue generators in the nation.