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(FDA) announces a forthcoming public advisory committee meeting of the Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee…The meeting will be open to the public. DATES: The meeting will be held on February 6, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Februa
Rider Jayant Kumar Vodela is upset about people smoking… If you see somebody smoking in these areas, you don’t have to call 911. You can text transit police at MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121.
The Deeming Rule thus triggers burdensome regulatory requirements, including a ban on truthful speech…Deeming Rule is unconstitutional because the FDA employee who issued it had no constitutional authority to do so, and because the rule violates the Fir
:03 AM EST On this day in 1896, lawmakers amended their rules to ban smoking in the House chamber….The Senate waited until March 9, 1914, to unanimously agree to ban smoking in its chamber. While senators rarely smoked while the body was in session, th
TG Cigar Lounge is at 1118 9th Street, NW. But her journey from Ethiopia to entrepreneurship was not easy…. “I was a housekeeper, a waitress, a cigar saleswoman, and then I opened my own cigar store,” Dawit said. She now is Washington’s only female ci
Rhodes hurried into a cab, dropping his cigar, marked with a red tape seal, on the sidewalk as he left. That cigar, obtained by Breitbart News, was an H. Upmann Magnum 46 cigar with a seal that read “Habana Cuba.”… Another cigar found nearby was a Mont
Applications have been filed…to bring a Burn by Rocky Patel to 477 H St. NW, a 10,000-square-foot historic…Brown said the Burn lounge, as seen on its website, looks like the “Applebee’s of cigar bars on steroids.” He said his kids’ bedrooms abut the p
1118 Ninth St. NW: Interior use change at TG Cigars from general retail to a retail cigar shop and lounge…soon enough, it will be one of the few places in D.C. where you can grab a drink and a cigar, outside of the annual Fight Night at the Washington H
There’s a new proposal in Washington D.C., and it’s not cigar friendly. Council member Kenyan McDuffie, D, has proposed a new bill that would increase the minimum age to purchase and/or possess tobacco to the age of 21. It would follow similar legislatio
“Everybody sit your asses down right now. That’s how tonight’s gonna go,” shouted sportswriter Jay Glazer, who had the unfortunate task of trying to tame the crowd of more than 1,200, including D.C. mayor-elect Muriel Bowser