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Domestic manufacturers and importers of cigarettes, snuff, chewing tobacco, and roll-your-own tobacco are currently required to submit the information to FDA. Domestic manufacturers and importers of cigars and pipe tobacco must begin submitting the inform
this final rule requires the submission of the information needed to calculate user fee assessments for each manufacturer and importer of cigars and pipe tobacco to FDA.
the cigar-making history that began when Vicente Ybor relocated his cigar factory from Key West to Tampa in the 1880s may come to an end…the rules would include Newman’s premium cigars among the operations subject to costly rules, including having to pe
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) called out tobacco companies Thursday, stating they are delaying the Food and Drug Administration’s efforts to regulate e-cigarettes and cigars. Citing a statistic that hundreds of Americans die prematurely every year due t
recently joined 29 other organizations to bring its concerns about unregulated tobacco products to the highest level — urging President Obama to halt years of delay and provide the leadership necessary to ensure the FDA has authority over all tobacco pro
While this provision claims to exempt “large and premium cigars,” it defines these products so broadly that it could also exempt some cheap, flavored cigars that are widely used by kids. It invites tobacco companies to modify their products to qualify for
The bill includes a provision that would exempt so-called “large and premium” cigars from FDA oversight and block the FDA from implementing a pending rule extending its oversight to all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes and cigars, unless such cig
Wednesday afternoon, the bill passed via a voice vote meaning it now heads to the larger House Appropriations Committee where the finalized bill will be crafted. When a vote on the larger bill will take place remains unknown as House Speaker Paul Ryan,
We urge rejection of this shameful provision, which is included in the House appropriations bill that funds the Department of Agriculture, FDA and other agencies. There is absolutely no public health reason for this provision. America’s kids will pay the