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Judge Critical of FDA’s Deferment Plan for Premium Cigars

Barring an immediate ruling in its favor, the cigar industry could not have had a much better day in court than the one it had...
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Lawsuit Over Los Angeles County’s Flavored Tobacco Ban Dismissed

A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought against Los Angeles County by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, American Snuff Company, LLC, and Santa...
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Cigar Industry, FDA Due Back in D.C. Court Tomorrow

The cigar industry and the U.S. Food & Drug Administration will meet in virtual federal court tomorrow afternoon to discuss FDA’s plans to defer premium...
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Johns Creek, Ga. Makes Parks Tobacco-Free

As the parks of Johns Creek begin to reopen, visitors are being greeted by new signage and policies indicating that the areas are now completely...
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Premium Cigars Gain Exemption from California’s Proposed Flavored Tobacco Ban

Premium cigars scored a victory on Tuesday as they, along with pipe tobacco, were removed from SB 793, a bill in California seeking to ban...
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FDA Tells Court It Intends to Delay Substantial Equivalence for Premium Cigars, Research Premium Cigars

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) intends on re-evaluating how it goes about regulating premium cigars, specifically, researching the potential health effects of smoking...
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New Hampshire’s Tobacco Purchasing Age Now 21-Years-Old

New Hampshire has joined the Tobacco 21 movement, as Gov. Chris Sununu signed HB 1245 into law, an omnibus bill that included SB 248, which...
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Minnesota’s Tobacco Purchasing Age Now 21-Years-Old

The age to purchase tobacco products is now officially 21-years-old in Minnesota, as an increase signed into law in mid-May has gone into effect. HF...
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Georgia’s Governor Signs Bill Raising Tobacco Purchasing Age to 21-Years-Old

Gov. Brian Kemp has made Georgia the most recent state to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21-years-old, signing SB 375 into...
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Phoenix Councilman Proposes Ordinance Banning Flavored Tobacco Products

A Phoenix, Ariz. city councilman has announced plans to introduce an ordinance that would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products in the city. This...
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San Diego County Sued Over Flavored Tobacco Ban

Another municipality has found itself in the crosshairs of a lawsuit over its ban on flavored tobacco ban, as San Diego County is being sued...
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