PACT Legislation now in the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee..


September 21, 2008 - PACT (Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act) that overwhelming passed the House of Representatives 379-12 is now in the U.S. Judiciary Committee for consideration.

With other priorities it is doubted the bill will be considered during this congressional session. The sponsor of the bill in the Senate is Senator Herb Kohl (D-WI).

Related news brief: U.S. House Passes Bill to Prevent Tobacco Delivery By Mail..; We must get the United States Postal Service (USPS) out of the tobacco delivery business.. and Protect Our Children - Make it illegal to use the U.S. Postal Service to deliver any form of tobacco product...



1 comments:

  Azjimbob

August 13, 2009 at 5:53 PM

This Bill does nothing to stop sales to minors.What idiot thinks thaat our 14 year olds are using their Credit Cards to order cigs,out of state,to be shipped by mail to their home? We certainly need to clean out the idiots that support this sort of elimination of our freedoms. We are now going to be forced to trade within what ever state we live.This elinates all market competition. It also assures that there is NO OVERSIGHT on individual states tax rates. By this law you will be required to pay what ever that state can get.$2-3/pack.This is same as TEA TAX.
This will be Obama's and the Democrat's 2nd TAX increase in 7 months.This bill does very little to stop the foreign import,but everything about buuying somewhere else in the country. America is losing freedom inch by inch,state by state,day by day and some applaud this notion.Soon you will be sorry,but it will be to late.