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contends that the Price Ordinance violates the First Amendment and that both ordinances are preempted by federal and state law. The district court held that the ordinances were neither preempted nor otherwise invalid. We affirm.
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A federal panel says General Cigar Co. Inc. can continue using the Cohiba (co-HEE-ba) trademark on its cigars in the U.S. The ruling is the latest in the nearly 16-year-old legal battle with Cuba’s state-run cigar company over the signature Cuban cigar
Public health advocates praised Zeller’s appointment. Richard Daynard, a Northeastern University School of Law professor and president of the Public Health Advocacy Institute, said he would make a “very knowledgeable, sophisticated and effective leader.”
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