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now watching how the tobacco industry has adapted by offering other flavored tobacco products like cigars, little cigars and cigarillos, which are not included in the ban. New research released today in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals that the
Your ability to enjoy a cigar as a responsible adult is under assault; the time is now to speak out in defense of your rights. Sign the petition to Help Exempt Premium Cigars From FDA Regulation. Join the Cigar Rights of America and support the fight ag
Through their Tobacco Legislation Action Center, Famous Smoke Shop – in accord with the Cigar Rights of America lobbying group – are urging cigar consumers to take action during this 75 day public comment period to urge the FDA to change or completely dis
Manitoba’s ban of flavoured tobacco products is coming under fire by a Montreal-based cigar importer. The province on Wednesday introduced Bill 52 – legislation that would prohibit the sale of flavoured cigars and cigarettes in an effort to protect child
Famous Smoke Shop, a leading online distributor of discounted cigars, has partnered with tech start-up company Blend Masters, Inc to develop a device that allows cigar enthusiasts to sample cigars directly from Famous Smoke Shop’s website before purchase.
But let’s be clear about one thing, Bill 131 is about hate not health. It is leveraged on lies and deception, not truth or evidence, says Luc Martial – VP in charge of Government Affairs at Casa Cubana. Mr. Martial is also a longstanding tobacco control
As the agency draws closer to implementing regulations that would cause crippling harm to the premium cigar industry, Famous Smoke Shop has released a video that informs cigar smokers about the pending regulations and provides instructions on how they can
National Cigar Day is celebrated by cigar smokers around the world in various ways including Cigar Box Jenga in Times Square in New York City, cigar rolling flash mobs in Brussels, Belgium, and even an outer space herf on the International Space Station.
Tobacco companies spend billions of dollars to advertise their products, with packaging that appeals to youth.
In November and December, more than 35 organizations including e-cigarette companies, cigar and tobacco makers, trade associations, physician groups, lawyers, lobbyists and public health advocates trooped through the doors of the White House’s Office of