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Attorneys general from 27 states came together Friday, the deadline for comment, to express their support for the proposal. But Florida’s Pam Bondi said that the federal agency needs to “more narrowly tailor these overboard regulations,” The News Service
(1) Any person who produces and/or imports tobacco products into the territory of Indonesia must imprint Health Warnings on the smallest packets and larger packaging of Tobacco Products.
upheld a calculation method the U.S. Department of Agriculture uses to determine assessments for tobacco manufacturers, axing a cigar manufacturer’s claims that small cigars should be treated differently from larger ones.
the condominium corporation, in all of the circumstances, did not act with sufficient dispatch and, indeed, adopted an unfortunate attitude toward the owners, who were quickly branded as complainers who had far too quickly ran off to their own lawyers.
will decide whether a lower court was right to strike down exceptions in the state’s public smoking ban for some businesses such as cigar bars and tobacco shops. The state’s high court heard arguments Wednesday in the case of Big John’s Billiards, an Omah
attorney for Big John’s Billiards…”It literally says, the purpose of this act is to create an exception to the Nebraska Clean Indoor Act for cigar bars..Why? Because a powerful member of the unicameral favored one of the cigar bars and liked to go there
The recent court decision means condo boards must act quickly to deal with second-hand smoke complaints…. What happened to MacKay and Cheney was probably the worst example of second-hand smoke migration ever to reach a Canadian courtroom.
Having snuffed out my Marlboro, I am presently enjoying a Montecristo … When Raúl Castro is your Milton Friedman, you’re ready for the intellectual firing squad. The thought process of Australia’s legislators should be stood up against the wall of commo
it has touched off a war being fought in domestic courts, at a Geneva-based agency that enforces world trade treaties, and through obscure arbitration panels working out of organizations such as the World Bank. Anti-smoking activists regard Australia’s n
We are trendsetters in the Tobacco Control Movement. Rhode Island has the second highest cigarette excise tax, the third lowest youth smoking rate and now, our capital city has put Rhode Island on the map once again.