Law | Minnesota Rep. Proposes Premium Cigar Tax Cut

A proposal by Republican Representative Jim Nash in the state of Minnesota would significantly reduce taxes on premium cigars.

The state held a hearing yesterday not he proposal, which will continue into today. Currently the tax in Minnesota on premium cigars is 95 percent of the wholesale cost, up to a total of $3.50.

Meanwhile, across the state line in Wisconsin the tobacco tax is 50 cents. The Ā proposed tax cut would move Minnesota premium cigar taxes to the same level as Wisconsin.

No timetable was given on when a vote would take place.

Minnesota is home to 5.4 million residents over 86,939 square miles and became a state in 1858.

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