This section provides everything you need to effectively communicate how increasing taxes is one of the most effective tools to decrease tobacco consumption and save lives.
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Did you know that in most developing countries, poor men smoke more than rich men?
In Mississippi, smoking is estimated to cost $1.23 billion in healthcare costs. Raising the tobacco tax by $1.50 will reduce those costs.
Aggressive tax hikes in emerging markets are holding back the number of cigarettes tobacco companies are able to sell.
Want to know one of the most effective ways to reduce tobacco use? Taxes.
Raising the price of tobacco products is one of the most effective ways to drive down the smoking rate, especially among young people.
A WHO study estimates that a 50% tax increase in all countries would prevent about 11 million premature deaths caused by tobacco use.
Did you know that tobacco use is the leading cause of non-communicable diseases like cancer, heart disease, and stroke. Every year, about six million people worldwide die from tobacco use, with the vast majority of deaths in low- and middle-income countries. But did you know that significant increases in tobacco taxes can curb these losses?
This high performing Facebook post shares an article about how CA voters this November will vote on raising tobacco tax by $2.
Want to double the number of people who quit? Raise tobacco taxes.