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February 21, 2014

Press Release: Arango Cigar Co. Adds New Private Label Romeo y Julieta Premium Cigars to “Clasico” Series

February 8, 2014 (Northbrook, Ill.)–Announcing the latest premium cigar offering from Arango Cigar Co., President Michael Gold states, “We are pleased to include Romeo &...
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Press Release: JM Tobacco Rolls Out Third Long-Filler Boutique Cigar, the JM Dominican Classic Habano

February 10, 2014 (Los Angeles, Calif.)–JM Tobacco’s new Dominican Classic Habano joins the Connecticut and Maduro versions of their long-awaited boutique premium cigars.  The line...
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Sea Girt, N.J. Could Ban Beachfront Smoking

The small oceanside borough of Sea Girt, N.J. could soon consider a ban on smoking on the beach, as Councilman Michael Mulroy told StarNewsGroup.com that he...
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Forest Grove, Ore. Eyes Park Smoking Ban

A few weeks after smoking in state parks was banned in Oregon, a city outside of Portland is close to banning smoking in city parks....
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Punch Rare Corojo Returns With Rare Salomones

General Cigar Co.’s annual Punch Rare Corojo should begin arriving in retailers, quite possibly today, with a large new salmones. The 7 1/4 x 57...
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Henderson County, NC Bans Smoking Around County Buildings

The Board of Commissioners of Henderson County, NC, modified their existing smoke-free policy on Wednesday, with the result being that smokers will be pushed farther...
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Crux Cigars To Launch April 1

After more than two years of development, Jeff Haugen and Joel Rogers, co-owners of Tobacco Grove in Maple Grove, Minn., are preparing to release their...
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Ontario, Canada Looking at Several Tobacco Policy Changes

A number of changes are currently under consideration in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, as Bill 131, known as the Youth Smoking Prevention Act of...
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Colorado Gets Closer to Raising Tobacco Purchase Age to 21

Colorado took another step to becoming the first state in the country to require purchasers of tobacco to be at least 21 years of age,...
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Evansville, Ind. Could Get Their Smoking Ban Back

A bit of a legal technicality could reinstate the Evansville, Ind. smoking ban recently passed and then overturned by the Indiana Supreme Court. 14News.com reports...
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