Pennsylvania Statutes Title 72 P.S. Taxation and Fiscal Affairs § 8233-A. Labeling and packaging

It shall be unlawful to knowingly possess, sell, give, transfer or deliver to any person any tobacco product where the packaging of which has been modified or altered by a person other than the original manufacturer.  Modification or alteration shall include the placement of a sticker, writing or mark to cover information on the packages.  For purposes of this section, a tobacco product package shall not be construed to have been modified or altered by a person other than the manufacturer if the most recent modification or alteration was made by the manufacturer or person authorized by the manufacturer and approved by the department.


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