Preventing Children's Tobacco Consumption
Careers of smokers almost always start in youth, and as a result, the tobacco industry reaps large returns from each cigarette smoked by children. An additional tax on cigarettes smoked by minors commensurate with the social damage and declining with a smoker's age should and can be introduced, according to Michael Adams.
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