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Effective 12:01 a.m., March 27, 2013, New Brunswick’s tobacco tax rates will increase by 2 per cigarette, 4.3 per tobacco stick and 5.26 per gram on all other tobacco products, except cigars. The tax rate for cigars will increase to 75% of the normal reta
Hop-on, Inc. (OTC Pink: HPNN) and USAcig, Inc. announced today that after much research and development, consumer trials, and coordination with medical research studies, a line of newly designed, highly effective electronic cigarettes and cigars has final
City commission candidate Gregg Weiss sold cigars online in 2007 and 2008 without being licensed by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, according to FDBR spokeswoman Sandi Poreda.
* The Black Tie is sold in hotels and casinos across Las Vegas * Individual cigar costs $500, while a box of 20 costs $4,800
Cousin’s Cigar store will close soon after Cleveland State University said tobacco sales and smoking didn’t jibe with its mission or that of the Northeast Ohio Medical University. … After more than 60 years downtown and more than four decades in its
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced the “Sensible Tobacco Enforcement” bill, comprised of policies that will combat illegal cigarette smuggling, which–along with increased penalties for retailers who evade tobacco taxes or sell tobacco wi
Without places to light up, Atchisson said fewer people turn to the habit, which in turn affects the stores, restaurants or bars they would have patronized. That’s why he and fellow cigar enthusiasts decided to recognize March 6 as National Smoke a Cigar
James F. Pankow, a professor of Chemistry and Civil & Environmental Engineering at Portland State University (PSU), provided important analytical measurements for Bloomberg News in a recent article discussing how some tobacco products are being sold in t
Finck’s donates 100 percent of the proceeds from ticket sales to Fisher House at Lackland AFB. Fisher House provides a “home-away-from-home” for the families of seriously ill or injured servicemen being treated in San Antonio. Families come to stay close