Convenience store operators are protesting the Christie administration's plan to hike taxes on electronic cigarettes, saying it will cut into sales of a promising product that they hoped would shield them from a decline in revenue from old-fashioned cigarettes.
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Since: Jul 13
#1 Apr 12, 2014
Maybe they should sell crack out of the back of the store. It is addictive, too, and there is more profit. Obviously they do not give a damn about their customers and would see them dead in order to maximize their profit. Maybe these convenience store operators will stay in India and open stores there. They still allow smoking in India, right?
#2 Apr 12, 2014
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