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So the controversial tobacco tax sailed through the General Assembly the other day, landing as quietly as a feather on a still pond.
The governor had suggested this measure to generate revenue. Its organized opposition said in fact it would cost revenue. Farmers – the few who still had the energy – said, “It’ll kill us.” The health care and insurance companies said, “This might help us.” And the smokers said, “You already killed us.”
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