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shot back Wednesday in D.C. federal court at smokers rights groups’ challenge to a recent rule expanding regulations on cigars and pipe tobacco, saying expanded warning requirements and user fees are needed to call attention to underappreciated health ris
“For the person who has everything, the uniqueness of the experience is very important,” said Kaizad Hansotia, CEO of Gurkha Cigars. “They can witness the behind the scenes of the cigar industry and create their very own cigars with customized bands, bo
Students’ recall of signs marketing e-cigarettes at baseline predicted ever e-cigarette use and increased susceptibility to use e-cigarettes at follow-up across all store types. Recall of e-cigarette displays only predicted susceptibility to use e-cigare
“Tastes disgusting,” he grimaced. ”A guy came and gave me the cigars earlier. Every now and then some of the Cubans come along and give me some cigars. I took the box in there and handed them around to everyone. “This is the first time for victory a
localities can combat tobacco retail marketing — also called point-of-sale marketing — which includes things like product displays and advertisements in retail establishments. Point-of-sale marketing is linked to impulse purchases of tobacco products, an
Proposed Intervenors have not established that they would suffer a legally sufficient injury-in-fact if Plaintiffs were to prevail in this litigation. Therefore, they lack standing to intervene as of right, and the court declines to allow Proposed Interve
The ordinance doesn’t just ban cigarettes, but any “tobacco products” or “lighted smoking instrument or activated inhalant delivery system.” That means cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff, e-cigarettes or vape pens are also forbidden.
68 MEMORANDUM OPINION re: 36 Proposed Intervenors’ Motion to Intervene. Signed by Judge Amit P. Mehta on 10/16/2017. (lcapm3) (Entered: 10/16/2017) 10/16/2017 69 ORDER. For the reasons stated in 68 the court’s Memorandum Opinion, the court denies 36 Pr
A federal judge ruled Monday that a group of health organizations cannot intervene in a lawsuit filed by tobacco companies against the [FDA]…Judge Mehta ruled Monday that the health organizations didn’t establish that they would suffer “a legally suffic