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Sam Chapman with the New Revenue Coalition (NRC) urged Oregon lawmakers to allow smoking in public places, given how many rental agreements don’t allow smoking on the property. “Oregon has a lot of cannabis and not a lot of places to smoke it. This grou
The counter-argument is that while drinkers may go to a bar for a beer, there’s no equivalent for marijuana. B.C. doesn’t allow smoking lounges. Rules meant to protect bar staff and other workers from secondhand smoke prevent customers from lighting up.
The New Revenue Coalition wants to change that so people can have public places to light up. The group says people aren’t able to smoke in private because many rental units bar smoking indoors. Oregon Public Broadcasting says the group will have to pers
As well as restricting sales, the new laws will ban the use of e-cigarettes in smoke-free areas, ban the retail sale of e-cigarettes without a license, and make e-cigarette advertising, promotion, specials and price promotions illegal. In-store vaping
Earlier this week, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Vaping, recommended a fundamental liberalization… 2) Employers should have a workplace policy which permits vaping outdoors and makes provision for easily-accessible indoor vaping areas.
She is just one of the thousands of Oklahomans who have suffered from the effects of secondhand smoke, and programs funded by the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) have worked to provide public awareness about the harmful effects of smok
It is clear that tobacco dependency is disproportionately hitting our sector’s tenants, so social housing providers should do something about it, argues Lee Sugden.
Should the city ban smoking from bars, parks and golf courses? The City Council has mixed feelings but wants to know what Twin Falls residents think. The Council on Monday heard a presentation from Luke Cavener with Smoke Free Idaho, a coalition of organ
Fifty years ago almost half of Vermont adults smoked. Today that number is 18 percent. At one time close to 35 percent of high school kids in Vermont smoked cigarettes, today that number is closer to nine percent. Thirty years ago, Vermonters smoked in r
Ex-Cruiserweight champ refused to take instructions from the flight attendants on the Delta airlines flight to Los Angeles