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San Francisco and Oakland lawmakers are suggesting their cities ban the sale of flavored tobacco products, from mentholated cigarettes to flavored blunt wraps, cigars, and cigarillos. In San Francisco, the legislation would be another blow to the tobacco
officials are sponsoring legislation that would bar the sale of flavored tobacco products in Oakland, including possibly vape juice for electronic cigarettes, and also prevent the sale of cigars in single or double packages. Their proposal is designed t
Hunter has repaid his campaign some $65,000 for personal, mistaken…Hunter’s campaign continued in the last quarter of 2016 to spend money on “food/beverages” at a cigar lounge in his district, where he was photographed apparently smoking a Cuban cigar o
The ordinance requires businesses with pharmacies to stop selling tobacco-related products. Most Novato businesses with pharmacies have already done so, city officials said. Flavored tobacco products and small or single-pack cigarettes, cigarillos and ci
In April, a California jury found Swisher liable for breach of contract and violation of federal antitrust laws concerning its actions with Trendsettah, a small cigar company. It awarded Trendsettah $14.8 million, which is tripled under federal antitrust
California is one of the largest cigar markets in the country, with a current cigar tax rate of 27.3 percent of the wholesale cost. The state is unusual because it bases its Other Tobacco Products (OTP) tax, which includes cigars, on the rate of taxation
Tobacco company Trendsettah, which won millions from rival Swisher International on antitrust claims, cited a recent Ninth Circuit decision in asking a California federal judge Monday to rethink his decision granting Swisher a new trial. A jury found in
Trendsettah, which won millions from rival Swisher International on antitrust claims, cited a recent Ninth Circuit decision in asking a California federal judge Monday to rethink his decision granting Swisher a new trial. A jury found in March that toba
How wonderful that Duncan Hunter has the time and energy as a congressman to lobby for the tobacco industry’s desire to provide free cigars for our servicemen, all the while spending supporters’ contributions on his own personal expenses as prohibited by
including over $13,511 for his 2016 campaign… Asked about threats posed by tobacco to soldiers’ lives and health, as well as the high costs of caring for veterans…Hunter stated, “I don’t care.”…just whose interest is Rep. Hunter truly representing?