When did government intervene in tobacco?

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  • In 1789, the first Congress levied taxes on imported spirits to offset Revolutionary War debt. March 1791 Domestic Tax on Alcohol and Tobacco Act of 1791 Despite negative public response to the 1789 import tax act, congressional lawmakers decided to establish taxes on domestic spirits.

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