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They’re among a small, but growing percentage of women who are savoring the ritual of a cigar. Celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Demi Moore, Claudia Schiffer and Heidi Klum have been known to puff on stogies. Manufacturers are marketing flavors such as
Step Four is a review of the proposed FDA tobacco rule and regulations by the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Generally, under Step Four, the OMB only reviews those proposed rules or regulations that are determined to be significant.
The White House budget office’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) hosted five separate meetings with a number of lobbyists and advocates in November, according to meeting records. In the sessions, industry representatives pushed back a
today’s survey also reminds us that the tobacco companies are constantly seeking to circumvent these measures and continue targeting our kids. To protect kids, the FDA must regulate all tobacco products, including cigars. Congress and the states should in
All adults have a responsibility to protect children from addictive and harmful products. Let’s snuff out these trends now.
two things perfectly clear. First, it is powerful affirmation that we know how to reduce smoking and other tobacco use by implementing proven strategies, … Second, it demonstrates to other states and the entire nation that we can drive down youth smokin
Sellers and makers of premium cigars — often hand-rolled, slow-burning and made with aged tobacco leaves — say the FDA is overreaching, and are hiring lobbyists to fight back. Glynn Loope, the executive director of Cigar Rights of America, said the FDA’
New nicotine delivery devices on the market are unregulated and available for purchase by children and young adults . . . Text of today’s letter is below.
Calling electronic cigarettes a possible pathway to traditional cigarettes and other tobacco products, five U.S. senators are calling on the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to issue “deeming regulations” asserting regulatory authority over tobacco