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The St. Louis Park and Robbinsdale city councils gave final approval last week to tobacco restrictions, extending the wave of new smoking regulations across the western suburbs. In St. Louis Park, the City Council voted unanimously Monday to ban flavore
The Robbinsdale City Council on Tuesday voted to restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products to people 18 and older and allow sales of such products to shops only where tobacco accounts for 90 percent of sales.
Tobacco shops are not permitted in the Central Business District. Scott Sodergren of Osceola, Wis., and his son Luke Sodergren of Hastings, had asked the city to allow specialty tobacco shops in the district, arguing they were high-end establishments, ak
The Burmese Tobacco Trading Company plans to roll out the Don Alejo Robaina Cigar brand in 2018, with plans to distribute in Europe, North America, and Asian markets. The Don Alejo Robaina brand will be dedicated to the memory of the “Godfather of Cuban t
Nicotine levels in so-called “small” or “filtered” cigars were found to be equal to or greater than that found in cigarettes, according to the study by researchers at Penn State’s College of Medicine. “There seems to be a perception in the public that c
Cigar lovers gathered Saturday night for the Big Smoke Evening, part of a three-day event hosted by Cigar Aficionado magazine at the Mirage. The evening was part of the Big Smoke Las Vegas Weekend, hosted by Cigar Aficionado magazine, which is celebrat
Don Burke of MSA reassured attendees that the tobacco category “isn’t declining.” Attendees of Winsight’s 2017 Total Nicotine Conference had plenty to unpack from the tumultuous days leading up to the event, not to mention the past year.
Advocacy groups representing smokers and the cigar and pipe industries blasted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in D.C. federal court Tuesday, saying the agency’s rule increasing the size of warning labels on tobacco products is a “massive” free spee
Retailers would have to put flavored cigars in a locked case or behind the counter with other tobacco products under a bill in the state Legislature. Federal law requires stores to keep cigarettes and chewing tobacco behind the counter or in a locked ca