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tobacco coupons: how low can they go?

coupons have survived. Here, a selection of recent coupons reveals how the industry drops pack prices to as low as $1 or $2, uses buy-one-get-one promotions and offers sweepstakes and other giveaways with coupons.
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Feb 6, 2017 18:05

[New York] Hookahs, Cigarettes Would Be Banned From NYC Bodega Shelves Under New Bill

Hookahs, hookah tobacco, cigarettes and other smoking products and paraphernalia would be yanked from the shelves and window displays of bodegas and most other shops across NYC under a bill proposed this week by City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, who r
added Feb 4, 2017 16:37

[Asia, Korea - South] Most smoke shops flout outdoor advertising rules

More than eight out of 10 tobacco shops near primary and secondary schools in South Korea don't abide by a ban on externally visible cigarette advertising, a poll showed Friday. According to the survey on 2,800 smoke shops in neighborhoods near elementar
Yonhap News Agency (kr)
added Feb 3, 2017 17:27

[Asia-pacific, Taiwan] Court upholds NT$5 million fine on British tobacco company

Imperial Tobacco received the fine in 2015 for violating the Tobacco Hazards Prevention Act, after the company was found to have invited consumers to try out one of its cigarette products, as part of a marketing survey.
Focus Taiwan
added Feb 3, 2017 13:27

[Florida] Engle Widower Assails Cigarette Ad Blitz As Trial Opens ($$)

The widower of a Florida woman who died of lung cancer told a jury on Thursday that she was lured to smoking by a cigarette industry whose $250 billion in advertising spending over 65 years drowned out messages about smoking's dangers.
added Feb 3, 2017 13:44

FRIEDEN: Improving the Health of the United States With a “Winnable Battles” Initiative

Even in programs such as tobacco control for which US progress was rapid, some geographic and demographic groups continue to have high rates of smoking. Localities or institutions in which greater progress is evident may reflect best practices that can be
JAMA Ophthalmology
added Feb 3, 2017 03:35

FDA Clarifies “Intended Use” for Drugs, Devices, and Tobacco Products

Knowledge of a product’s actual use can be evidence of intended use, because claims about a product impact how FDA will regulate the product. FDA has provided guidance on intended use, which it applies to its framework for the regulation of tobacco produc
National Law Review
added Feb 3, 2017 01:58

[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] KT&G chief cleared of bribery charges

A local court on Thursday acquitted the head of the country's leading tobacco maker of receiving some tens of millions of won in bribes from a lobbyist for striking a deal with an advertising agency, citing a lack of evidence.
Korea Times (kr)
added Feb 2, 2017 19:53

Health Canada and Canadian Cancer Society launch renewed Break It Off campaign

The Break It Off campaign encourages young adult smokers to “break off” their bad relationship with smoking and stay smoke-free. The Break It Off website has tools and resources that will help young adults work through the various stages of breaking up w
Government of Canada (ca)
added Feb 3, 2017 01:53

France bans glamorous cigarette names

France has banned the sale of cigarettes with "glamorous" names, following the introduction of neutral packets as part of the government's efforts to reduce smoking, a habit that costs more than two million lives a year, according to a study published Tu
RFI (fr)
added Jan 31, 2017 18:20
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