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“Electronic cigarettes are of great concern. They are highly addictive nicotine delivery devices, and the vapor can and does cause harm to lungs,” said principal investigator Jonathan D. Klein, M.D., M.P.H., FAAP, director of the AAP Julius B. Richmond C
We are writing to express our strong opposition to H.R. 662, legislation that would exempt many cigars from regulation under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (TCA). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should retain oversight autho
AAFP recently signed on to a letter to U.S. representatives expressing strong opposition to a bill (H.R. 662) that would exempt “traditional large and premium cigars” from FDA regulation under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (TCA).
Amendments would close the loophole that allowed the marketing of certain flavoured cigars
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., introduced S.441, a bill designed to exempt premium cigars from regulation by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Nelson has previously sponsored S.1461 and S.772 in the two previous congresses, both designed to do the sam
Under the 2015 budget proposal, the new tax rates for cigarettes and little cigars, along with estimated tax rates for other tobacco products, would be as follows: Cigarettes and Little Cigars: $1.95 per pack Chewing Tobacco: 97.13 cents per pound Mo
(FDA) must finalize the regulation that would extends its authority over all tobacco products; FDA must issue product standards governing the design and content of tobacco products; Congress must increase and equalize tobacco taxes across all products.
perhaps Obama will draw the line at smoking, given his own habit. Perhaps he’ll recognize that every soldier deserves the stress relief that he embraces in the Rose Garden as he ponders his next executive order. Perhaps he’ll put an end to this quagmire a
We combed through the latest CDC data for interesting and surprising patterns of tobacco use in the U.S. …Would you have guessed that Maine loves cigars more than anywhere …Kentucky…highest rate of smoking-attributable deaths (371 per 100,000 peopl