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Smokers Fuming Over Florida's Cigarette Tax Hike

Smokers like Charlton are feeling picked on lately. The 294 percent increase in the state excise tax follows a 159 percent increase in the federal cigarette tax, from about 39 cents to $1.01 a pack, on April 1. That's in addition to some Big Tobacco companies raising prices by more than 40 cents a pack earlier this year. Now, with the latest hike, smokers will see some of their favorite name-brand smokes costing $5 to $6 or more a pack.

Smokers are socked with $1 increase in the state cigarette tax starting Wednesday, three months after a 62-cent jump in the federal tax. Maria Charlton took a drag on a Kool cigarette just outside the Broward County Courthouse Tuesday, savoring one of her last smokes ever. When the state tax on cheap cigarettes jumps a buck to $1.34 a pack Wednesday, Charlton is going cold turkey.

''I'm not paying a whole more dollar for cigarettes,'' snapped Charlton, 45, of Pembroke Pines. ``It's not worth it to me.'' Smokers can no longer dodge the tax by buying cigarettes on an Indian reservation, either. Under the new law, nontribe members buying smokes on an Indian reservation have to pay the full tax.

While the tax hike is expected to encourage some smokers to quit, the state expects the higher tax will generate about $900 million a year to help treat sick smokers. Gov. Charlie Crist signed the bill in May, reversing a pledge not to raise taxes. Crist said at the time he viewed the increase ``more as a health issue than . . . a tax issue.''

Some smokers remain skeptical that state lawmakers are looking out for smokers' health. ''If they don't want people to buy cigarettes, why do they still have them on the shelves?'' fumed Adelina Kodra, a hairdresser, after buying two packs of Skydancer discount cigarettes at the Seminole Hollywood Trading Post on 441. ''Why not make it illegal?'' She then answered her own question: ``It's too much money. It's not about people.''

Said state Rep. Jim Waldman, a Coconut Creek Democrat and the House sponsor of the bill: ``I would make it illegal if I could. This is the next best thing.'' Waldman said his father's death was caused by nearly 60 years of smoking. ''We buried him with a pack of discount cigarettes in his coffin,'' he recalled. ''I sponsored this with the sole purpose of trying to reduce teen smoking,'' he explained. ``The reason it passed is because of the financial situation the state is in now. I did it as a healthcare initiative.''

Cigarette consumption drops 6 percent to 7 percent among minors for every 10 percent increase in the price of a pack, said Eric Lindblom, policy research director for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. The decline is 3 percent to 5 percent for adults, he said. Florida now has the 22nd-highest tax in the nation -- above the national average of $1.29 a pack, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids reports. Before the increase, Florida had the fifth lowest tax. ''That's a big step Florida is taking,'' Lindblom said.

David Sutton, spokesman for Philip Morris USA, maker of Marlboro, Benson & Hedges and other brands, was dubious the tax increase would generate the revenue projected by the state. Of 57 changes in cigarettes taxes around the country between 2003 and 2007, only 16 met or exceeded projections, he said.

''Raising the excise tax on revenue is an unreliable revenue stream for states, particularly when they are trying to use that revenue to fund important government programs or look to fill budget gaps,'' he said. Increases in cigarette taxes in other states have led to smuggling and illegal sales on the Internet, Sutton added.

Florida Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco agents will work with counterparts in Georgia and Alabama to prevent smuggling, said Marie Carpenter, bureau chief of auditing for the agency. It also plans to educate Internet cigarettes sellers on collecting the excise tax. Shop owners are worried the new tax could hit their businesses hard, if the recent 62-cents-a-pack increase in the federal tax is any indication.

The federal tax covers the cost of expanding a program for children who lack health insurance. ''They don't buy that much anymore,'' lamented Emre Pars, part owner of Miami's Bayside Cigars, where sales have fallen 30 percent this year. Pars hopes customers won't kick the habit as a result of the latest increase. ''I don't know what's going to happen,'' he said. ``It won't drive us out of business, but it's definitely not good.''

What impact the increase will have on sales by the Seminoles couldn't be determined. A spokesman didn't respond to a request for comment. Hollywood resident Ira Bagels, who left the Seminole Hollywood Trading Post with three cartons of Romy Buy Cigarettes Online in a plastic bag Tuesday, was steamed over the pending tax increase.

''I think if the government is going to price us out of smoking cigarettes, they should pay for a stop-smoking program,'' Bagels, 62, said. ``We're subsidizing everyone else. Subsidize the smokers. Help us quit.''

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