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Dip In Smoking Might Mean A Dip In Revenue

Adult smoking rates have decreased in two of the past three years and teen smoking already is below the 2010 goal set by a national coalition of health care professionals. But because increasing funding for anti-smoking programs - coupled with the higher tax and a growing social stigma attached to smoking - is reducing the number of Colorado smokers, the amount of money coming in is falling, too. The 2004 state tax increase on cigarettes online and cheap cigarettes products had two goals: decrease smoking rates and increase funding for health care programs in Colorado.

Four years after the passage of Amendment 35, the tax is meeting one target so well that it is hurting the other. Declines in forecast Amendment 35 brought in $169.6 million in its first year. That number has fallen two straight years, and budget forecasts show continued declines that could leave program recipients with $135.5 million in fiscal year 2011-12 - a 20 percent drop before inflation is factored in. Legislators and authors of the law say they anticipated this erosion and feel safe in having allocated most of the new money in yearly grants that can be reduced without great upheaval. But 46 percent of revenues go to increasing the number of low-income Coloradans on public insurance programs like Medicaid and Children's Health Plan - a part of the budget that can't be chopped without inflicting harm.

"That's a problem if the funds aren't there, because you can't provide services if you don't have money. In the end, if we lose enough money, less kids will get services," said Sen. Betty Boyd, a Lakewood Democrat who sponsored the bill implementing the tax increase.
But she added: "If the money falls off, that's good news and bad news.

"And I think we celebrate the good news and hope that a dropoff in smoking reduces the cost of health care."
Smoking rates drop
In 2004, Colorado had a 20- cents-a-pack cigarette excise tax, one of the lowest in the nation. Voters approved a tax increase of 64 cents a pack on the promise that revenues would be dedicated to health care and tobacco education. Since then, the state's anti- smoking program has expanded its services. Adult smoking levels dropped from 20 percent in 2004 to 18.7 percent in 2007.

Teen smoking also has fallen to 14.6 percent, below the Healthy People 2010 goal of 16 percent, said Karen Phelan, state Tobacco Education and Prevention Partnership spokeswoman. On the medical side, the state has increased the number of free breast and cervical cancer screenings it offers, as well as the work it does with poor and minority communities. An unknown number of children and expectant mothers have been added to public insurance rolls because of cigarette tax revenues.

The future, however, may see changes with funding declines. The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, which oversees the Medicaid and CHP programs, has a reserve fund with $91.4 million in it. But it forecasts the fund will be completely depleted by July 2012 if it is to continue providing services at the current level. Law imposed restrictions The 2005 law that enacted the tax specifies percentages of revenue that must go for programs such as public health insurance, community clinics and anti-smoking programs. Because of that, the state cannot cut grants for smoking cessation programs while keeping the same amount of money in place for Medicaid and CHP as revenue declines.

The state could cut the income level at which families are eligible for public insurance, but that would reverse years of expanding eligibility, said Sen. John Morse, D-Colorado Springs. Looking to other states isn't likely to offer help either, since many have seen similar revenue drop-offs after initial boosts and have moved to raise other taxes, said John Nothdurft, budget and tax legislative specialist for the conservative Heartland Institute. "These are not real sustainable taxes. They're going down," Nothdurft said. "It's not a huge jackpot."

Smuggling gets part of blame for falling revenue Cigarette-tax revenues are falling, and fewer smokers isn't the only reason. According to a study released Tuesday, cigarette smuggling nationwide is on the rise. The study, by the free-market Mackinac Center for Public Policy of Michigan, estimates 18.1 percent of online cigarettes consumed in Colorado in 2006 were smuggled into the state.

That definition includes Buy Cigarettes Online purchased at a lower tax rate across state borders, cigarettes bought on the Internet and black-market discount cigarettes sold by people without licenses to do so. Smuggling numbers rise as cigarette taxes go up, author Mi chael LaFaive said. Colorado, for example, had an average smuggling rate of just 5.9 percent from 1990 to 2006 but saw numbers spike in recent years.

"If (states) don't factor smuggling into their revenue forecasts, they will almost always be wrong about the amount of revenue they think they can raise," LaFaive said. The Colorado Department of Revenue conducts random checks on cigarette wholesalers and retailers to see if they are selling packs that lack the stamps proving they've paid the excise tax, spokesman Mark Couch said. The department does not have the personnel to track down Coloradans who buy discount cigarettes illegally online, even though it knows such sales cost the state about $204,000 a year in lost tax revenue, he said.

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