Smokers Head to Internet to Avoid Cigarette Tax Hikes Recent increases in state cigarette taxes lead to new concerns about illegal tobacco sales. Authorities say more smokers are crossing state lines, or heading online, to buy cheaper cigarettes. Hear NPR's Adam Hochberg.

Smokers Head to Internet to Avoid Cigarette Tax Hikes

Smokers Head to Internet to Avoid Cigarette Tax Hikes

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Recent increases in state cigarette taxes lead to new concerns about illegal tobacco sales. Authorities say more smokers are crossing state lines, or heading online, to buy cheaper cigarettes. Hear NPR's Adam Hochberg.

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