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A Chicago ordinance banning the sale of flavored tobacco products within 500 feet of a school goes into effect on July 15, 2014, the Cigar Association of America (CAA) reported. The ordinance was introduced by Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Nov. 26, 2013 and was
Pharmacies in Medford will no longer be allowed to sell certain tobacco-related products … regulation bans the sale of drug paraphernalia such as blunt wraps and bongs throughout the city. It also requires cigarettes be sold in packs of at least 20 and
The FDA will continue to analyze the potential benefits and harms of e-cigarettes and is seeking additional scientific data to determine how e-cigarettes should be regulated given the fact that the products may be lower risk than combustible tobacco produ
Richard Yanuzzi, the owner of The Cigar Emporium near MetLife stadium, hoped that the Super Bowl would lead to a boom in business. … But he canceled those plans after some customers who are lawyers advised him against it, and after online research dem
The first regulation, effective Jan. 1, restricts cigar packaging and bans the sale of blunt wraps and the sale of tobacco in health-care institutions such as pharmacies, and caps the number of tobacco permits. The new policy restricts retailers from se
This post looks at a specialty retail shop, what’s known as a head shop. It sells products such as herbal remedies, glass pipes and custom tie-dyed T-shirts, along with associated supplies. As with my earlier posts on businesses for sale, I have no stake
Step Four is a review of the proposed FDA tobacco rule and regulations by the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Generally, under Step Four, the OMB only reviews those proposed rules or regulations that are determined to be significant.
At Square One Markets, a nine-store chain in northeast Pennsylvania, management assigns one tenured employee to serve as the “tobacco captain” at each location, operating as a subject matter expert on the various tobacco offerings.
With just three questions outstanding, the board hopes to hold a public hearing in the coming months before presenting them for adoption. The biggest question is banning the sale of tobacco products from health organizations and pharmacies. Member Allen