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The FDA’s bureaucrats are happy to have U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines dodge bullets overseas but they’re horrified they might relax by lighting up a stogie. Maybe we should send Mr. Califf and his colleagues who wrote this rule to Helmand pr
“These new FDA rules are more than a nuisance,” Bufkin wrote. “They are potentially fatal to the premium cigar industry as we know it, and to the culture of handmade cigar-smoking so many of us now enjoy. Almost inevitably, manufacturers will massively c
“It would seem that tobacco and healthy are polar opposites,” he said. “(But) tobacco is absolutely one of those categories where customers see ‘premium,’ see ‘all-natural,’ and that grabs their attention.” Though the trend is admittedly being driven by
Friday on The Chad Hasty Show, Storm Boen, co-founder of Cigars for Warriors joined Chad in the KFYO studio to talk about the fantastic Lubbock based organization.
Dr Peter Munyu, a pulmonary and critical care specialist at Aga Khan University Hospital, said there is a lot of misinformation about cigars and shisha; and it is deliberate so that people feel secure when smoking.
. Now that the dust has settled a bit, NACS has drafted an updated memo for members on the tobacco deeming rule. To read the full memo, click here. Here are the highlights: The deeming regulations do NOT: Ban flavors Prohibit self-serve on cigars, OTP
I demand clarification of whether these regulations prohibit tobacco manufacturers and distributors from donating tobacco products to service members. If donations are prohibited, please provide a detailed justification for the FDA’s actions.
“Tobacco manufacturers and distributors have long taken part in a time-honored tradition of donating tobacco products to service members, often while deployed,” Hunter wrote in his letter. “These donations routinely improve morale and serve to relieve st
To clear the smoke around the rule, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., sent a letter to the FDA demanding a clarification. It would be “unacceptable” if the agency bans charitable donations of tobacco products to those “fighting to protect those very rights