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there is a pretty simple way around this. Just charge a nominal amount to the military member. Nothing in the deeming regulations prevent anyone from selling cigars at a loss, even a big loss, and FDA in its webinars has even admitted that promotions like
including over $13,511 for his 2016 campaign… Asked about threats posed by tobacco to soldiers’ lives and health, as well as the high costs of caring for veterans…Hunter stated, “I don’t care.”…just whose interest is Rep. Hunter truly representing?
Here is Jesse Owens, in 1936…Following the Olympics, he is shown here pushing White Owl Cigars… Do you remember when the athletes who won the gold would light up a cigar? Oh ya, even the ladies would do it, but not this year. The advertisers would rat
What the hell can I do with these sawed in half cigars? I know, I’ll just give them away! On no… not anymore! As of last week, the FDA deeming regulations does not allow a cigar or tobacco to be given away free or sampled, punishable by a fine of $10,000
Unfortunately, I find the tale of overreaching government destroying family-run businesses is all too familiar. Our family business was already taken from us once when Fidel Castro’s regime shut down factories all across Cuba. My wife and I know that we’
Though the livelihood of small businesses may be at risk by these regulations, and I’m aware that small-cigar makers are clamoring, the FDA has recognized the increased costs of such tobacco regulations. The agency is taking steps to help businesses navi
The parties subject to these new regulations should be sure to familiarize themselves with the rule’s requirements… broadcast stations and other media outlets should now become even more vigilant in vetting such advertisements prior to their release.
It would be shameful if Congress fails to defend J.C. Newman’s legacy and all the other small businesses that comprise the “premium cigar” industry. After all, the root of their problem is lawmakers’ foolish delegation of overly broad powers to the FDA.