Directory of Compliant Tobacco Product Manufacturers and Brand Families
This directory lists the names of tobacco product manufacturers, together with the brand families they have certified they manufacture and that have been certified by the Attorney General as being compliant with Idaho’s Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Act and Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Complementary Act. The directory is updated on a regular basis as tobacco product manufacturers or brand families are added or removed.
Idaho Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Act
Effective July 1, 2012, Idaho’s Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Act applies to any person who makes available for use by another person in a commercial setting a cigarette rolling machine that has the capacity to produce at least one hundred fifty (150) cigarettes in less than thirty (30) minutes. Cigarette rolling machine operators currently in possession of a cigarette rolling machine are required to certify compliance with this Act to the Attorney General by July 1, 2012. In addition to annual certification to the Attorney General no later than April 30th of each year, cigarette rolling machine operators are required to use loose tobacco that is certified for sale on the Attorney General’s Directory of Compliant Tobacco Product Manufacturers and Brand Families, and have a current Tobacco Permit pursuant to the Prevention of Minors' Access to Tobacco Act. The Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Act also imposes requirements regarding location of the cigarette rolling machine, restrictions on the sale or manufacture of cigarettes, payment of applicable tobacco taxes, and quarterly reporting requirements.
Idaho Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Complementary Act
Idaho's Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Complementary Act (Complementary Act) requires tobacco product manufacturers to file certifications with the Office of the Attorney General relative to compliance with Idaho's Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Act. The Complementary Act requires the Attorney General to post a directory of manufacturers and brand families that are in compliance with Idaho's Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Act. Only cigarette brand families of manufacturers listed on the Attorney General's directory may be stamped, sold, possessed, or imported in Idaho. The Complementary Act imposes reporting requirements upon tobacco product manufacturers and stamping agents. The Complementary Act also establishes penalties for noncompliance with its terms.
Prevention of Minors Access to Tobacco Act
Idaho's Prevention of Minors' Access to Tobacco Act prohibits the sale or purchase of tobacco products to or by a minor. This Act requires persons who sell tobacco products, whether in a face-to-face transaction or pursuant to a telephonic or Internet order, to obtain a permit from the Department of Health and Welfare. The Act also establishes age verification and shipping standards for tobacco products that are shipped to a purchaser. The Act imposes penalties for noncompliance with its terms.
Idaho Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Certification of Compliance
Idaho’s Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Act requires all cigarette rolling machine operators to certify annually with the Office of the Attorney General that they are compliant with Idaho law, to list their cigarette rolling machines, and to provide certain specific information. Prior to being certified for the first time in Idaho, cigarette rolling machine operators must submit the appropriate certification to the Attorney General and by April 30th of each year thereafter.
Idaho Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Quarterly Report
Idaho’s Cigarette Rolling Machine Operator Act requires Idaho cigarette rolling machine operators to report certain information to the Office of the Attorney General. Information needs to be reported on the number of cigarettes manufactured by the cigarette rolling machine, together with the brand family and ounces of roll-your-own (RYO) tobacco used, and the persons from whom the operator purchased the tobacco. The quarterly reporting required by the Attorney General is in addition to any monthly reporting requirements required by the Idaho State Tax Commission.