OHIO


Ohio elected officials may try to raise prices on tobacco products to get more revenue in 2019.

After elections, elected officials tend to see tobacco taxes as an easy way to raise money. In Ohio, 60 percent of the profit on a pack of cigarettes already goes to government.

Yet Ohio may consider raising tobacco taxes again in 2019.

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