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Vape away. Increasingly popular e-cigarettes and cigar varieties could be exempt from new Food and Drug Administration rules if House Republicans have their way. The effort alarms Democrats and public health advocates who argue it could lead to unsafe pro
New regulations on cigars expected from the US Food and Drug Administration could end the 130-year-old J.C. Newman cigar factory, according to the company president ©Kerry Sheridan
Ray Lewis, he of the hulking biceps and two Super Bowl rings, stood at the front of the room, a cigar clamped in his huge hands. Standing next to him were Carmelo Anthony, star of the New York Knicks, former New York Yankee Gary Sheffield, who hit more t
Trendsettah, Inc. is a cigar and cigarillo-producing company whose brands include Splitarillos cigarillos, Hood Wraps cigars, Blow vaporisers… connects with its consumers through live entertainment, social media and experiential promotion, and is highly
Mary L. Landrieu served as a member of the United States Senate from 1997–2015, where she chaired the Senate Small Business Committee, and Energy Committee. She is now with the firm of Van Ness Feldman, and is a consultant to Cigar Rights of America and
Famous Smoke Shop…is a huge supporter of the U.S military and the Cigar for Warriors Foundation. Famous Smoke has once again offered their monthly donation to Operation: Cigars for Warriors. February’s total cigar shipment came to a total of 2,840 cigar
Small business owners and their City Council allies on Tuesday marshaled opposition to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to raise Chicago’s smoking age from 18 to 21, slap a $6 million tax on cigars, roll-your-own tobacco and smokeless tobacco and ban coupons and
Chucho Valdés, Estrella Morente and Jorge Drexler join this celebration to pay tribute to the Cohiba Brand, this year’s star of the XVIII Habanos Festival.
Opponents of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to raise the legal age to buy cigarettes in Chicago to 21 and hike a series of tobacco taxes blocked a vote Wednesday after the mayor tried to jump-start the measure by pledging to crack down on illegal smoke sales.
Nearly 1 in 4 high school students in the U.S. use at least one tobacco product, including e-cigarettes, according to the 2014 National Youth Tobacco Survey 7.7 percent of middle school students use at least one tobacco product, including e-cigarettes.