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stogies are now all the rage in the Big Apple, where cigar use among kids under the age of 17 has doubled… But some New Yorkers think kids have more illicit reasons for buying cigars. “They use it for smoking weed — that’s the biggest factor why they bu
The development director of Brooklyn’s exclusive Poly Prep high school took two students on a boozy trip to Cuba in 2013 on the school’s dime while calling it all a class trip, a new lawsuit claims. What’s more, Steven Andersen, who took his son on the
By removing the cigar, Blizzard can put the development time into creating more content “instead of bloating the management of one character”, he added. “This is a decision based on productivity. The appeal of Tychus should not hinge on a cigar anyways,
We discovered last week that Tychus’ trademark cigar was missing from the open beta version of Heroes of the Storm, and some people were rather upset about it—bro is always chewing on that thing…Blizz wanted to hit the equivalent of a teen rating aroun
council members Monday approved a measure that will not only prohibit new businesses from selling cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco and other products, but also ban the sale of e-cigarettes, cheap cigars and most flavored tobacco in town.
Underage cigarette smoking in Southwest Colorado appears high compared with the national trend, which shows that smoking by middle- and high-school students declined significantly from 2002-03 to 2012-13.
The regulations redefined what a “tobacco product” is, which now includes all non-FDA regulated electronic cigarettes and electronic cigarette-related products, such as pipes, cigars, and hookahs. The new regulations included a unanimous decision to set
Blumenthal is giving the Food and Drug Administration until the end of the summer to finalize its deeming regulations…“We’re pushing them hard to protect the public, and I will introduce legislation if they fail to act promptly.”
cigar smokers argue there is no need to expand the regulation of cigars and tobacconists. Given who the friends of premium cigars are, and the determination of the government to control everything, this is an issue not likely to soon go up in smoke.
Dear Mr. President: It has been more than a year since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed a regulation to extend its authority over all unregulated tobacco products. Given the health risks of these unregulated products, particularly to