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Health group: Prices spike on tobacco products after Md. tax increase

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July tax increases on some noncigarette tobacco products in Maryland have led to significant increases in prices, according to a study released Wednesday by a Maryland health advocacy groupthat pushed for the levies. A single can of Skoal Smokeless Tobacco has increased from $4.99 to $5.49, for example, the group said. "Basically, what this is about is a celebration of the success we had in...

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