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Assembly Bill No. 1586, has been referred to the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee, where it remains under consideration, and would impose a “wholesale sales tax rate for [electronic cigarettes and similar tobacco-substitute smoking devices] and their components . . . at a rate of 75%.” This bill intends “to impose a tax burden in line with a similar tax burden imposed upon cigarettes under the cigarette tax act,” [...]