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Big Tobacco uses Big Government to keep out Small Competitors

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As R.J. Reynolds rolls out an e-cigarette, the company is lobbying to keep out small competitors, according to Matthew Bandyk at the Daily Caller: Under the bill, any dealer of vapor products must obtain a license, carrying an annual fee of $250, and agree to purchase only from suppliers who hold wholesale tobacco licenses. The wholesale license has its own fee but, more...

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