Sin taxes.

Throughout history, governments have padded their coffers with taxes on the addictions and predilections of the populace. Current taxes on alcohol, tobacco and gambling help state governments meet their budget requirements without making the residents feel overburdened with taxes. This election year provided voters with several opportunities to accept or reject additions and increases in sin taxes at the state level, and most of these measures were passed.

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