While touting impact of Md. alcohol, tobacco taxes, advocates defer on increases

ANNAPOLIS — Increases in taxes on alcohol and tobacco in the last decade are driving down teen smoking and drinking and other adverse health effects, a new report finds. Supporters of those taxes told a Senate subcommittee that while more could be done and while higher taxes would likely increase those benefits, they are not asking ...

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