Headlines Tagged with Arkansas — 1,913 headlines found
A popular dive bar in Hillcrest went smoke free for a few hours on Nov. 8 to kick off a campaign for the city of Little Rock. Smoke Free Little Rock took over Hillcrest Fountain to spread their message on making Little Rock a completely smoke-free city.
Nov 8, 2017 KTHV-DT CBS (Little Rock, AR)
added Nov 9, 2017 19:52
[Arkansas] Coalition to launch campaign asking for LR city leaders to close indoor smoking loopholes
The Smoke Free Little Rock coalition will launch a campaign in November to urge residents to petition city directors to draft a local ordinance to close loopholes in the state's Indoor Clean Air Act.
Oct 20, 2017 KATV Channel 7 (Little Rock, AR)
added Oct 21, 2017 22:39
After spending hours debating the idea over multiple meetings, the Haines Assembly narrowly approved targeted taxes on marijuana and tobacco products.
Oct 11, 2017 KHNS (Haines, AK)
added Oct 12, 2017 15:55
A majority of heavy smokers enrolled in University of Arkansas’s lung cancer screening program quit or decreased their tobacco use while undergoing tobacco cessation counseling, according to study results presented at International Association for the St
Sep 16, 2017 Healio.com
added Sep 18, 2017 22:56
After paying out more than $20 million to over 20,000 former Marlboro Lights customers, a $45 million Arkansas settlement fund has $2.2 million left over, money that must be spent on public service. The settlement was paid last year to end a 14-year-old
Sep 4, 2017 Morning News of NW Arkansas
added Sep 4, 2017 12:10
The City Council has passed an ordinance banning smoking in the city's parks. The ordinance, which went into effect immediately upon its passage Tuesday, prohibits the use of all tobacco products plus e-cigarettes and vaping products from Van Buren's six
Jun 28, 2017 Morning News of NW Arkansas
added Jun 28, 2017 13:34
during its regular meeting Monday approved an ordinance prohibiting the smoking or use of any tobacco products, including all smokeless tobacco products, e-cigarettes, or vapor products in any city park. The city will post signs in conspicuous places in
Jun 27, 2017 Southwest (AR) Times Record
added Jun 27, 2017 14:45
The Arkansas Department of Health said it costs about a million and a half dollars a year to run the line. But they said it's much cheaper to pay to help people quit smoking than treat them after they get cancer.
Jun 16, 2017 KTHV-DT CBS (Little Rock, AR)
added Jun 19, 2017 20:30
Arkansas will receive over $50 million in tobacco settlement funds, according to Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. "It is critical for me to continue enforcing the terms of the MSA agreement with the various tobacco companies," said Attorney Ge
Apr 26, 2017 KNWA-TV and KFTA-TV (Fayetteville, AR)
added Apr 26, 2017 17:03
A UA doctoral student is conducting a study on the effect of human proteins when exposed to smoke, with the first results showing smoking causes proteins to break down. UA doctoral student Abdullah Qassab tests this by isolating proteins in participants
Apr 26, 2017 Arkansas Traveler (University of Arkansas)
added Apr 26, 2017 15:48