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A. This is an increasingly more common complaint. The association’s governing documents can offer relief if they include the typical language that prohibits residents from engaging in noxious or offensive conduct or conduct that may be an annoyance to ot
Almost half of the companies who charge smokers more for health insurance are breaking the law. Among those companies imposing surcharges on tobacco users, 47% didn’t offer tobacco cessation programs, putting them in direct violation of the law.
They used previously secret tobacco industry documents to examine Accord, an earlier version of IQOS that Philip Morris marketed without success between 1998 at 2006. In contrast to IQOS, PM scientists and executives consistently stated that Accord reduc
Who is this Consumer Choice Center, and why is it so concerned about Victoria’s disadvantaged dopers?… Its funders include Japan Tobacco International and conservative groups tied to the U.S. billionaire Koch brothers. Got to admit it’s touching to thi
Asked why they had removed the founding sponsors’ logos from their website, ATHRA Chair Colin Mendelsohn reportedly said it had been done on legal advice and not to “reduce transparency.” However the website of the e-cigarette maker, which offers an onli
This result reinforces the need to aggressively implement protections from secondhand smoke and to encourage parents not to use any form of tobacco at home.
since PHE was published, we know that: E-cigs are attracting youth who would be unlikely to start nicotine with conventional cigarettes are starting with e-cigarettes. …While some people do quit smoking with e-cigarettes, for most smokers, using e-cig
As the FCTC Conference of the Parties and individual countires grapple with how to fit heated tobacco products, such as PMI’s IQOS, into existing regulatory regiemes, Lauren Lempert and I just published ” Heated tobacco product regulation under US law an
Little does Caleb know, vapes can be just as addictive, and are welcomed by the tobacco industry…To the surprise of many—lawmakers included—North Carolina remains in the clutches of a very lucrative, alternative reality.
This paper uses the information published in Philip Morris International’s Modified Risk Tobacco Product (MRTP) application that was submitted to the FDA to assess the confidence that one can have in PMI’s prediction that, on balance, IQOS would have net