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Connecticut Governor Signs Tobacco Purchasing Age Increase

On Tuesday, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed HB 7200 into law, a bill that will raise the state’s minimum age to purchase tobacco products, e-cigarettes...
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Beverly Hills, Calif. Passes Tobacco Sales Ban, Exempts Cigar Lounges

One of the seemingly most talked about pieces of tobacco legislation this year has finally been passed, as on Tuesday the Beverly Hills City Council...
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Hermosa Beach, Calif. Bans All Flavored Tobacco Sales

In Dec. 2018, the Hermosa Beach City Council passed an ordinance that restricted the sale of flavored tobacco products to stores where only persons at least 21-years-old were allowed to enter. It was scheduled to go into effect on June 1, but it won’t get the opportunity to as this week the city passed a […]
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Connecticut House of Representatives Passes Tobacco Purchasing Age Increase

On Thursday, the Connecticut House of Representatives gave its nearly overwhelming support to a bill that would raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products...
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Beverly Hills, Calif. City Council Recommends Banning Tobacco Sales

On Tuesday night, the Beverly Hills City Council gave its initial support to a bill that would ban the sale of tobacco within city limits,...
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Canada’s Plain Packaging Going into Effect Nov. 8

In May 2018, the Canadian Parliament passed a sweeping package of anti-tobacco legislation known as S-5 that cleared the way for Health Canada, the government...
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Corpus Christi, Texas Bans Cigar Lounges From Operating Between 2-7 A.M.

If you want to smoke a cigar at 3 a.m. in Corpus Christi, you will have to do it somewhere other than a smoking lounge....
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Parsons, Kan. Removes Exemptions to Tobacco Purchasing Age Law

Yielding to requests made by retailers within the city, the Parsons City Commission voted 3-1 in favor of removing exemptions to its law that made...
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Alton, Illinois Approves Smoking Ban Exemption for Tobacco Stores

A vote by the Alton City Council on Wednesday could soon have cigar smokers lighting up in their local retailer. The council approved what amounts...
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Oklahoma Cigar Shops Could Lose Smoking Ban Exemption

An Oklahoma legislator has introduced a bill that would remove an exemption for cigar shops and cigar bars from the state’s Workplace Clean Air Act,...
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