- Would have banned the use of e-cigarettes in any public place where smoking is prohibited
- Would have taxed e-liquid through a tiered milliliter system
- Licensing requirements for purchase and sale of e-liquid
No Pending Laws
Patchwork of usage bans in several localities
The Alabama legislature has followed the format of several other states, attempting to tax electronic cigarettes similarly to traditional cigarettes. Taxing electronic cigarettes in the same way as tobacco is detrimental to the young industry’s growth and may discourage consumers from switching to a potentially less harmful alternative. Alabama is a state with a rather high smoking rate for adults at 22.1%, which calls into question the rationale of the legislature when it comes to taxing vapor products.