Hawaii wants to pass a bill that will bar the sales of cigarettes to anyone under the age of 100, according to CNN.

“The legislature finds that the cigarette is considered the deadliest artifact in human history,” states the new bill sponsored by Democratic Rep. Richard Creagan. “The cigarette is an unreasonably dangerous and defective product, killing half of its long-term users.”

If passed, the law would phase in a ban on the sale of cigarettes by raising the legal age to buy the product to 30 in 2020, 40 in 2021, 50 in 2022 and to 60 in 2023 before capping at 100 in 2024.

Hawaii is one of six states—including California, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Oregon and Maine—that raised the tobacco age to 21. Many officials want to see cigrettes completely banned.

“Basically, we essentially have a group who are heavily addicted—in my view, enslaved by a ridiculously bad industry—which has enslaved them by designing a cigarette that is highly addictive, knowing that [it’s] highly lethal. And, it is,” Creagan told the Hawaii Tribune-Herald.

 “The state is obliged to protect the public’s health,” he added. “We don’t allow people free access to opioids, for instance, or any prescription drugs.”

 “We, as legislators, have a duty to do things to save people’s lives. If we don’t ban cigarettes, we are killing people,” the lawmaker said.

The bill does not include age limits on chewing tobacco, cigars or e-cigarettes.