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West Virginia has budgeted zero state funds for programs that prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit and is tied for last nationwide in funding…joins Connecticut and Tennessee as the only states that provide no state funding for tobacco prevent
Police seized illegal gambling records, nearly 150 cartons of untaxed cigarettes and more than $780 during a traffic stop on Friday. Police said they arrested 32-year-old Luis Miguel Pena-Ramos after they found the cigarettes in black trash bags in his
Tobacco has been grown in Connecticut for hundreds of years. But the number of acres has shrunk dramatically, from more than 20,000 a century ago down to do 2,000 today. Now, growers are facing economic pressure to develop their land.
City leaders say they will adopt an ordinance that prohibits the sale of tobacco products to people under 21 in Hartford. (Getty Images/iStockphoto) Jenna Carlesso Jenna CarlessoContact Reporter email@example.com Hartford is poised to become the la
precludes the employer from relitigating the issue, the Connecticut Supreme Court held…Welch testified that while tobacco use contributed to the decedent’s lung…
Even before they surveyed hundreds of residents on the issue, high-schoolers Mitchell van der Noll and Aiden Williams knew e-cigarettes was a growing problem among teenagers in town. The high school seniors, who distributed the survey as interns with Tow
New Castle lawmakers passed a law last week that raised the legal age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21. Legislators in the Westchester town say a big spike in the number of teens who vape was a leading reason for passing the law. “We want people to realize
the Greenwich district decided to revise its drug and alcohol policy to incorporate vaping, rather than create a separate policy. Members of Norwalk’s policy committee decided to follow suit and revamp the district’s drug and alcohol policy before they p
Juuling has become popular at Yale, as many students see the Juul as a safer alternative to cigarettes….Juuling must not be a serious issue because so many people in high school and college are doing it. “People rip their Juuls in lectures,”
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up cigarette-maker R.J. Reynolds’ appeal of former Norwich resident Barbara Izzarelli’s $28 million jury award for smoking-related cancer, a development her attorney said signals that Connecticut is a favorable