U.S. lawmakers from both parties have suggested charging extra fees for smoke shop sellers.
According to news from Lexis Nexis in the United States, recently some lawmakers from both parties in the United States suggested that measures should be taken against retailers selling steam electronic cigarette products-that is, additional fees should be charged to finance the government's expenditure on tobacco control budget.
Six senators from both parties in the United States proposed SB 3223, a related bill to prevent young people from smoking, and suggested that electronic cigarette manufacturers and sellers should be charged additional fees in order to provide corresponding fees for the federal government's activities to prevent young people from glass pipes for sale.
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