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A Discovery Bay man accused of sexually abusing three teen girls — including by giving them marijuana, alcohol and cigarettes in exchange for sex acts — accepted a plea deal that with good behavior could see him freed within a year. On March 23rd, 2017 la
Two divisions of the Winnebago Tribe allege the state’s regulation of the reservation’s tobacco production is unconstitutional, and an attack on the tribe’s sovereignty. Monday in a federal courtroom in Omaha, the tribe argued the state’s regulation of
Cigarette sales on the Winnebago Indian Reservation can still be regulated in some ways, even though tribal reservations are considered sovereign territory, attorneys for the State of Nebraska argued Monday in federal district court in Omaha.
For four years, officials in Cairo, London and Brussels rang alarm bells over the production of billions of cigarettes bearing the name of Egypt’s most popular brand at a state-run factory in Montenegro and, they believed, smuggled across North Africa fr
how Southeast Europe, and Montenegro in particular, has become the hub of a global criminal network that hides behind offshore havens and exploits the paucity of coordinated international response
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
The lawsuit says that the state of Nebraska’s efforts to regulate tribal tobacco products on its reservation is “unconstitutional.” Stating that tribal commercial activities are protected by federal law, and Nebraska has no authority over the tribe’s cig
“We have experienced a 16-percent cut in production and sale of tobacco products and by the end of the year the number would reach 30 percent,” said the Head of Tobacco Products Manufacturers Exporters and Importers Association Mohammad Reza Tajdar, Tren
details of Rs60-billion tax evasion by the cigarette industry to NAB headquarters for further probe. Sources told The Express Tribune that the Regional Board in its meeting reviewed the case and decided that NAB should investigate it further as the magnit