Delaware: House Bill 242 increases the cigarette tax from $1.60 to $2.10 per pack, the OTP tax from 15% to 30%, the moist snuff tax from $.54 to $.92 and imposes a new tax on vapor products at $.05 per fluid milliliter—requires vapor product wholesalers and retailers to be licensed.
Kansas: House Bill 2431 increases the tax on cigarettes by $1.00 per pack.
Michigan: House Bill 4736, which prohibits the sale of tobacco products to persons under 21, was introduced on June 8, 2017. House Bill 4737, which requires that hookah tobacco must be stored away from food and may not be offered in a self-service display, was introduced on June 8, 2017. House Bill 4739, which prohibits tobacco vending machines as of July 1, 2018, was introduced on June 8, 2017.
Oregon: House Bill 3467 increases the state cigarette tax by an undetermined amount and imposes a tax on vapor products at the rate of 5 cents per e-liquid container with a volume of two milliliters or less and 10 cents on each inhalant delivery system and each container of e-liquid with a volume greater than two milliliters.
Wisconsin: Senate Bill 307, which prohibits self-service displays of tobacco products except in vending machines, stores with at least 90% of revenues from tobacco product that prohibit minors from entering, and cigar rooms where minors are not allowed to enter, was introduced on June 15, 2017.