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Cigar Rights of America

IPCPR Rebranding to Premium Cigar Association, Consumer Day Planned for 2020 Trade Show

Next week, the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers’ Association (IPCPR) will announce major changes for the cigar industry’s largest and oldest trade group, and...
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Coalition of American Cigar Rollers Launches as Advocacy Group

The Coalition of American Cigar Rollers, a new organization that seeks to serve as the voice of the country’s domestic cigar making operations has announced...
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Cigar Industry Files Appeal in D.C. FDA Lawsuit

As expected, the cigar industry has filed an appeal in the central lawsuit over FDA’s regulation of premium cigars. Earlier this week, attorneys for the Cigar...
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Formal Request for FDA HPHC Testing Delay Expected This Month

Last week, the two sides of the main lawsuit over the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) cigar regulations gave a status update on where...
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Cigar Rights of America Sends Letter to 50 Governors Regarding FDA Regulation

Cigar Rights of America, one of the nation’s three largest cigar trade groups, has sent a letter to each of the 50 states governors, informing...
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FDA Cigar Lawsuit Delayed Due to Government Shutdown

Anyone hoping for updates in the lawsuit involving three cigar trade groups and the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) will have to wait until...
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New Hampshire Legislator’s Bill Would Remove Cigar Tax Exemption

For years, cigar smokers in New Hampshire have been envied by those in other states for one main reason: they are not subject to paying...
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Court Filing: Cigar Industry Asks FDA to Delay HPHC Testing Deadline

For those wondering the status of the cigar industry’s lawsuit against FDA, not much has happened since the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) agreed...
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FDA Cigar Warning Labels Delayed by Washington D.C. Court

Cigar companies will not have to place warning labels on boxes beginning Aug. 10, 2018. U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta ruled that requirements...
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Texas FDA Cigar Lawsuit Moved to D.C.

The Texas-based lawsuit over the FDA’s regulation of premium cigars will not be in Texas any longer. Yesterday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Kimberly Priest Johnson reversed her...
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Cigar Groups Appeal D.C. Court Ruling, Seek Delay of FDA Warning Labels

Last week, attorneys from three cigar trade groups filed a motion seeking to delay the implementation of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) warning...
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