Higher Taxes (Price) Equals Less Consumption

Raising taxes (i.e. prices) on cigarettes will result in decreased consumption, but a modestly surprising additional effect is a corollary decrease in beer and liquor consumption.

This article was sourced from:

Christopher Ingraham, The Washington Post

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