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The College Libertarians handed out free cigarettes and cigars by the Pegasus statue Friday in protest of the proposed SUNY-wide smoking ban … The College Libertarians gave away more than 200 cigarettes, which they paid for out of pocket, while they c
Smokefree D.C., the advocacy group behind the passage of the 2007 law banning smoking in bars and restaurants, wrote a letter Mayor Vince Gray and the D.C. Council this week alleging that Civil and a number of other establishments in the city–primarily
Smokefree D.C. says that the cigar lounge in the Chevy Chase Pavilion, on the DC side of Friendship Heights, has not gotten an official exemption from DC’s smoking ban, DCist reports.
“Ground staff are about to enter the plane and we have been asked ‘to turn off all camera or video devices’… weird. Turns out it was a belligerent a**ehole who insisted on smoking a cigar and insulting the crew. Police on plane now. What a d**k.”
THE Metro Manila Development Authority will back a ban on electronic smoking amid findings of addiction due to nicotine inhalation. Dr. Loida Alzona, head of the Health Public Safety and Environmental Protection … said electronic cigars were no differen
Without places to light up, Atchisson said fewer people turn to the habit, which in turn affects the stores, restaurants or bars they would have patronized. That’s why he and fellow cigar enthusiasts decided to recognize March 6 as National Smoke a Cigar
The board chose to include smoking bans on public playgrounds, beaches, athletic fields, in nursing homes, at bus stops and outdoor patios at restaurants. Members were undecided about bans on smoking in private clubs, hotels, motels and bed and breakfast
The House Committee on Business and Financial Services has scheduled a hearing this Thursday, February 14 on legislation that would create a loophole in the voter approved, Initiative 901 and once again allow smoking in public places and places of employ
a young female volunteer that presented on the dangers of second-hand smoke was surrounded and harassed by 11 representatives of Cigar Rights of America . . . This mob mentality is exactly why the tobacco industry was found guilty in 2006 in a federal co
Dr. Barry Hummel warns filtered “cigar cigarettes” — most of them fruit flavored — are a rapidly increasing problem among local teenagers. In fact, he said, they are being used to introduce young people to smoking. Hummel represented the Tobacco Preve