Friday, September 13, 2013

Arizona can't roll its own constitution

Arizona enacted an unconstitutional law that prohibits commercial use of "roll-your-own" tobacco machines, two nonprofit social clubs claim in Federal Court.

The NFP Organization of Phoenix and the RYO Club of North Phoenix sued Gov. Jan Brewer, Attorney General Tom Horne and the state's tax director to stop enforcement of Senate Bill 1312, which Brewer signed into law in June.

The social clubs claim they were created so smokers can roll cigarettes that "contain only tobacco, and contain none of the at least 599 additives which large, commercial cigarette manufacturers add to the tobacco."



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