Hawaii is considering a bill that bans cigarette sales to anyone under 100

Hawaii has some of the most restrictive cigarette laws in the US. In 2016, it became the first state to raise the age to buy cigarettes to 21.

Now, its new bill calls for raising the cigarette-buying age to 30 by next year, up to 40, 50 and 60 in each subsequent year, and up to 100 by 2024.

That would effectively empty Hawaii's store shelves of tobacco, although tourists could still bring it in.

And oddly, Hawaii would offer its centenarians the chance to buy cigarettes near the end of their life - if they could find them.