I am currently buying my cigarettes from Native Americans. They are half the price of what I used to smoke before and they are not treated with chemicals, it's just natural tobbacco.
On March 17, 2010, S. 1147, The PACT Act, the bill designed by the Congress to prevent tobacco companies from sending low cost cigarettes through the mail, passed. Now that it has been passed by both the Senate and the House of Representatives all the bill needs is a signature by President Obama before it becomes law.
Native American communities are in remote locations. Without the ability to get their products to market via the United States Post Office, they will have no opportunity to earn an income. Does the government really want to return to the days of massive Native American poverty?
This bill encrouches on the freedom and liberties of Americans.
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Hmmm I used to smoke American Spirit cigs lol they were pretty good and I could get them form any store. The ran quite cheep. If you want to save money I advice you to roll your own. Super simple and saves TONS of money. You can even buy the filters.
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