HB 1328

  • Hawaii House Bill
  • 2021 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Jan 27, 2021
  • House
  • Senate
  • Governor

Relating To Electronic Smoking Devices.


Makes unlawful the sale of flavored products for electronic smoking devices, mislabeling of e-liquid products containing nicotine, and sale of tobacco products other than through retail sales via in-person exchange. Establishes penalties. Includes e-liquid and electronic smoking devices in the definition of "tobacco products" for purposes of the cigarette tax and tobacco tax law. Increases the license fee for wholesalers and dealers of tobacco products and retail tobacco permit fee. Requires retailers to pay an additional excise tax on the retail price of electronic smoking devices on and after 7/1/2021. Directs a certain percentage of moneys received from the cigarette tax and tobacco tax to the Hawaii tobacco prevention and control trust fund to establish and fund a comprehensive youth tobacco cessation program. Requires a person under twenty-one years of age who unlawfully purchases or possesses tobacco products, including electronic smoking devices, to complete a tobacco education or use cessation program or perform community service for a first offense. Repeals the electronic smoking device retailer registration unit. Repeals provisions relating to delivery of sales under the cigarette tax and tobacco tax law.

Bill Sponsors (20)


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Feb 01, 2021


Referred to HHH, CPC, FIN, referral sheet 3

  • Referral-Committee
Finance Consumer Protection & Commerce Health, Human Services, & Homelessness

Jan 27, 2021


Introduced and Pass First Reading.

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