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Maryland tobacco retailers and consumers should be on alert–a new pair of senate bills could limit access to tobacco products and put some retailers out of business completely. Maryland Senate Bill 3 increases the inventory wholesale tax on premium cigars and pipe tobacco from 15 percent to 30 percent, respectively, to a jarring and potentially […]
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The three bills look to broaden the definition of smoking devices and ban the sale of flavored vaping liquids, as well as call for tobacco retailers to post information about smoking risks and cessation and carry nicotine replacement products such as pat
In fall 2018, we have the chance to make history again. Bill 35-18, introduced by County Council member Sidney Katz (D-District 3), would make Montgomery County the first county in Maryland to have a smoke-free outdoor dining law. The evidence shows th
A cigar lounge is only allowed by special exception. Prince George’s County is weighing an application.
American Heart Association and others urge a Maryland federal judge to reject claims by the [FDA] that the groups lack Article III standing to challenge the “Extension of Certain Tobacco Product Compliance Deadlines Related to the Final Deeming Rule” (Ame
discovered nearly $60,000 of contraband tobacco products through a traffic stop and an investigation of three retail stores. Around 1 p.m. on April 18, FED agents assisted a state trooper in the stop of a Dodge Caravan with Missouri plates traveling on I
He spent months trying to wean himself off cigarettes, and Michael Henry had become quite adept at changing out the batteries on his e-cigarette, but when he attempted to do so on Sunday evening, something went terribly wrong. “Just a flash,” recalled He
What would one do under such circumstance to lessen the burden of this nasty smell, you might ask? I did the only reasonable thing I could; I became a connoisseur of fine cigars. Now, I know what you’re thinking. How is it possible that you could put up
I sent a copy to a man who might have known something about the murder: Ilich Ramírez Sánchez…Carlos the Jackal….Last month, the F.B.I. revealed that it had reopened its investigation into the killing of Colonel Alon. Why? An F.B.I. agent based in Pa