Legislature(2003 - 2004)

2003-04-04 Senate Journal

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2003-04-04                     Senate Journal                      Page 0691
SB 168                                                                                            
SENATE BILL NO. 168 BY THE SENATE LABOR AND                                                         
COMMERCE COMMITTEE, entitled:                                                                       
  "An Act relating to issuance and revocation of licenses for                                       
  the importation, sale, distribution, or manufacture of                                            
  cigarettes and tobacco products; relating to a tax refund or                                      
  credit for unsaleable, returned, or destroyed tobacco                                             
  products; relating to restrictions on shipping or transporting                                    
  cigarettes; relating to records concerning the sale of                                            
  cigarettes; amending and adding definitions relating to                                           
  cigarette taxes; relating to the payment of cigarette taxes;                                      
  relating to penalties applicable to cigarette taxes; relating to                                  
  the definition of the wholesale price of tobacco products;                                        
  relating to payment of cigarette taxes through the use of                                         
  cigarette tax stamps; relating to provisions making certain                                       
  cigarettes contraband and subject to seizure and forfeiture;                                      
  relating to certain crimes, penalties, and interest concerning                                    
  tobacco taxes and sales; and providing for an effective                                           

2003-04-04                     Senate Journal                      Page 0692
was read the first time and referred to the Labor and Commerce and                                  
Finance Committees.