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The “18-to-die-for-your-country” argument is a classic canard. Nearly 90 percent of adult smokers say they started younger than 18. Die-hard smokers cry “freedom” when new restrictions are proposed. But ask the middle-aged smoker who just paid $9 to feed
May 18, 2013 Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger
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May 18, 2013 AP - Associated Press
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Protect your Business Imperial Tobacco will only accept registration requests from members of the UK tobacco trade.
May 18, 2013 Imperial Tobacco (uk)
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Imperial Tobacco has revamped its trade website to give users more information about the tobacco category. The site, www.imperial-trade.co.uk, now includes industry and brand news, regulatory updates, category information, a forum, planograms and links.
May 18, 2013 The Grocer (uk)
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McComb selectmen voted 5-0 Tuesday to strike down an ordinance that would ban smoking in all public workplaces in the city.Â The Mississippi Tobacco Free Coalition proposed the ordinance after the organization conducted an air quality study in several M
May 17, 2013 McComb (MS) Enterprise-Journal
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That's the warehouse space at 27515 Hodges Lane that New York authorities allege was central to Basel Ramadan's multi-million-dollar-generating cigarette smuggling operation. It's exactly 23 miles from Ramadan's home in the Oyster Harbor neighborhood of
May 18, 2013 DelmarvaNow.com
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The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. is banning smoking at its large multi-unit housing units as part of a new policy catalyzed by resident surveys that favored a smoking ban, said Director of Public Housing Cathy Stone.
May 18, 2013 Fairbanks (AK) Daily News-Miner
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A new study found that heavy drinkers who smoke excessively develop problems with memory, thinking and problem solving skills earlier than those who do not.
May 17, 2013 Medical Daily
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The newly opened television and radio stations of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa will not carry alcohol and cigarette advertising. Its general manager, Tuiasau Uelese Petaia, says television must be an avenue used for the betterment of fam
May 17, 2013 Radio New Zealand - Te Reo Irirangi o Aoteoroa (RNZ) (nz)
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* Suspects allegedly smuggled untaxed cigarettes across various states * One suspect had links to a blind cleric serving life for plotting to blow up New York City landmarks
May 17, 2013 CNN
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