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Just as a bill attempting to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21 years is introduced on the federal level [read more here], a similar bill is now being considered in the state of Texas. On April 9, 2019, Senate Bill 21 passed Texas’ Senate in a 20-11 vote. The […]
“If someone is in class trying to pay attention and take notes and there is someone in the corner hitting their vape and blowing clouds into the air, or even trying to hide it, it’s going to take away from their time in class,” said architecture junior J
Three graduate environmental health students at the Texas A&M School of Public Health found wide variations in smoking-related contaminants between seven popular smoking and non-smoking establishments in Bryan and College Station. While it’s no secret
On loan from the Texas Medical Association, the three banners making up the exhibit are decorated with multiple advertisements detailing the growth of both tobacco and anti-tobacco movements. Librarian Roxanne Bogucka, who organized the exhibit at UT, sa
Mont Belvieu council has passed a smoking ordinance effectively banning smoking in most areas of the city. The ordinance goes into effect immediately with Mont Belvieu restaurants having 30 days to post the proper signage in their establishments.
The Tobacco 21 ordinance will include products that are smoked, heated, chewed, absorbed, dissolved, inhaled or ingested in any other way. This includes, but isn’t limited to cigarettes, e-cigarettes, a cigar, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff, snus,
While marketing has done a good job making vaping appear safe and appealing, we must remember the dangers. Nicotine exposure is bad for a teenager’s brain, aerosolized and heated toxins put both the users and those around them at risk, and the fluid vial
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District is holding the first of four stakeholder meetings Wednesday prior to the debut of the new Tobacco 21 ordinance, which is scheduled to take effect Oct. 1. The San Antonio City Council passed the ordinance in Janu
It’s a regulation Roxanne Duran believes will have a positive impact in the community. “We have kids running around outside. We don’t have to worry about finding cigarette butts on the floor and kids putting them in their mouths and thinking basically t
Several Texas-based premium cigar businesses have been denied by a judge to bring their lawsuit waged against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration back to Texas. The lawsuit, which was originally filed back in January 2018, was moved to Washington, D.C., where the larger lawsuit filed by several cigar trade associations against the FDA has […]
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