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Colorado’s Senate rejected Gov. Jared Polis’ proposed uniform nicotine tax. Colorado’s House Bill 19-1333 would have given voters the chance to approve a cigarette tax increase and also imposed a new nicotine tax. Democrats in the Colorado Senate overwhelmingly voted down the bill. House Bill 19-1333 had opposition before it was formally introduced. The legislation […]
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Advertising tobacco taglines from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s appear on the lift tickets in white text set against a black or blue background. Two examples are Newport’s “Alive with Pleasure!” and Salem cigarettes’ “You’ve got what it takes.”Skico helps skie
The Colorado QuitLine is taking much younger callers in response to the popularity of vaping among teenagers. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment opened the hotline to children as young as 12 years old.
Before, during, and after the legalization of recreation marijuana in Colorado, concerns were raised in the pediatric community regarding the exposure of children to this substance as from second-hand smoke. But is that really happening? Wilson et al.
Metabolites of marijuana smoke can be detected in children; in this cohort, 16% were exposed. Detectable COOH-THC is more common in children with tobacco smoke exposure. More research is needed to assess the health impacts of marijuana smoke exposure on
Legislature or courts left to decide what “open and public” smoking is
Prompted by action by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, officials with Smoker Friendly International said they will move its subsidiary, Payless Cigars & Pipes, from its Boulder headquarters to New Port Richey, Fla., near Tampa Bay.
The Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival is set for Aug. 25, 2018 in Broomfield, Colo., at the world renowned Omni Interlocken Resort, and this year, the festival is going green regarding bottled water. Water tables from Event Water Solution Inc. will filter a
The study found that Colorado teens use electronic vapor cigarettes twice as often as the national average, according to a Colorado Public Radio report. The data is especially concerning. because e-cigarette use among youth — who use e-cigarettes at high
In Pueblo, many steps have been taken to assist WHO with this year’s focus of “Tobacco and Heart Disease.” The tobacco-prevention program housed at the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment strives to: