US High Cigarette Taxes are Leading to a Thriving Black Market

Senior director of fiscal policy for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a free-market research institute based in Michigan, Michael LaFaive, and Todd Nesbit, an assistant professor of economics at Ball State University, are both individual contributors to the new Mercatus Center book “For Your Own Good: Taxes, Paternalism and Fiscal Discrimination in the 21st … Continue reading US High Cigarette Taxes are Leading to a Thriving Black Market