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In Campaign To Stop Teen Vaping, States Turn To Tried-And-True Remedy: TaxesCarmen Heredia Rodriguez, Kaiser Health NewsKathleen Hambleton once used to spend $100 a week on Marlboro Reds.The 43-year-old nurse from Saxtons River, Vt., paid a high price for her addiction to smoking, undergoing multiple throat surgeries. The financial hit was also a big burden.After lozenges, patches and hypnosis failed to help Hambleton quit, she tried vaping. She is convinced she is healthier now and spends less than $40 per month on her vaping supplies.But Vermont recently passed a 92% wholesale tax on vaping and e-cigarette products. Hambleton believes the…

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