The advertising, offering for sale, or sale of cigarettes below cost in the retail
and wholesale trades is an unfair and deceptive business practice. It is the policy of the state to promote the public welfare, and it is the purpose
of this chapter to carry out that policy in the public interest, stabilize the sale
of cigarettes, and maximize and protect the state revenues from this source.
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