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The South Dakota House Health and Human Services Committee has passed a bill that would increase the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21. H.B. 1063 passed its hearing by a 9-3 vote earlier today. It has 19 co-sponsors, all Republicans. On Dec. 21, 2019, President Trump signed H.R. 1865, a $1.4...
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The South Dakota House Health and Human Services Committee has passed a bill that would increase the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21. H.B. 1063 passed its hearing by a 9-3 vote earlier today. It has 19 co-sponsors, all Republicans. On Dec. 21, 2019, President Trump signed H.R. 1865, a $1.4...
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Effective Feb. 1, Fratello will increase the price on its Classico and Oro lines by 3 percent. Classico—formerly just Fratello—is the company’s first line, while Oro is the company’s Connecticut-wrapped line and the first line made for the company at La Aurora in the Dominican Republic. None of the rest of the Fratello portfolio will increase...
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These days, overnight FedEx packages and two-hour Prime Amazon deliveries are the norm, but there was a time when a man riding on a horse was one of the fastest ways available to get an important letter or package from one part of the country to the other. Founded on April 3, 1860, the Pony...
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Cities and states around the country are diligently working to bring their own minimum tobacco purchasing ages in line with a federal increase passed in December, and on Wednesday the city of Hibbing gave approval to its own increase, making 21 the new minimum age to purchase tobacco products and e-cigarettes. The ordinance passed by...
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Or better yet “Day 5.” This post is two things. First, it’s the final part of our daily coverage of Puro Sabor 2020, the Nicaraguan cigar festival. Because Patrick Lagreid and I were in separate groups, we visited separate places and we figured it would be better to give you views on more factories than...
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Effective Feb. 1, 2020 the prices for CLE and Asylum cigars will increase 20 cents per cigar. The 20 cent increase refers to the MSRP of cigars. Christian Eiroa, founder of CLE, told halfwheel that the changes are caused by increased manufacturing costs including labor, raw materials and expenses associated to fighting regulations.
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Indiana’s Senate has passed a bill that would increase the minimum age to purchase tobacco and products from 18 to 21-years-old. S.B. 1 also triples the fines retailers would face for being caught in violation of the law: First Offense: $180 Second Offense Within 180 Days: $1,200 Third Offense Within 180 Days: $2,100 Four Offense:...
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