Michigan Citizens: Please print out the petition and mail it in.
Michigan Business Alliance: No tobacco tax increase!
Midland Real Estate: Michigan Based Real Estate.
Comparing Excise Taxes on Cigarettes, Beer and Wine
Michigan Smokers’ Contributions to the State Economy – FY2003
In 2002, Michigan smokers comprise only 24.2%1 of the adult population in the state. Here is what they already pay because they choose to buy a legal product:
Smokers’ Economic/Tax Profile 2002
33% of Michigan smokers had household income LESS THAN $25,000
15% of Michigan smokers had household income EQUAL TO or GREATER THAN $75,000
The impact of smoker payments on the incomes of working families was more than THREE TIMES the impact on higher income smokers. Those who can afford it least pay a disproportionate percentage of their hard-earned income in smoker payments.
Michigan Smoker Facts 5
CIGARETTES DON’T PAY TAXES –
MICHIGAN SMOKERS DO!!
Fiscal Year 2005 Executive Budget: Tables and Charts
$1,014,843,380 has been paid to Michigan since the Master Settlement Agreement was signed on November 23, 1998.
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