Headlines Tagged with Connecticut — 2,163 headlines found
Pity Robert Braddock Jr. If the finance manager for House Speaker Christopher Donovan's campaign for Congress had known what was afoot in Washington, D.C., he might never have had dealings with smoke-shop owners that cost him his job, and may cost Speake
Jul 12, 2012 Waterbury (CT) Republican-American
added Jul 12, 2012 06:54
Additional measures to generate revenue include hiking tobacco taxes
Feb 8, 2017 Reuters
added Feb 10, 2017 02:25
[Massachusetts] Connecticut man pleads guilty to tobacco tax fraud / Singh could serve more than 45 years in federal prison
Singh worked as a tobacco products wholesaler from 2008 to 2012. He admitted to avoiding tobacco excise taxes on smokeless tobacco and cigars sold to convenience stores and gas stations.
May 11, 2016 WWLP-22News (Springfield, MA)
added May 12, 2016 15:56
The expectations of consumers, and even consumer awareness of open and obvious dangers, are not dispositive considerations in the risk-utility inquiry.
Apr 25, 2016 State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
added Apr 25, 2016 23:19
"It turns out that everyone knows that smoking is bad for your health," said Vida Maralani..."You start thinking that it has to be characteristics of childhood, so things like optimism, decision making skills, what a psychologist would call self-control,"
May 27, 2014 WNPR - The Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network (CPBN)
added May 27, 2014 15:33
we can simply ban the sale of such devices to minors, just as we ban the sale of liquor. The e-cigarette came along quickly and grew into a multibillion-dollar industry well ahead of state and federal efforts to regulate it. But now it’s time.
May 1, 2014 Meriden (CT) Record-Journal
added May 2, 2014 07:51
90 year old Newington Resident Andy Nowicki started smoking 70 years ago, while serving in the United States Army, during World War II. And, it's this habit that has brought him and his wife to the brink of eviction from the apartment they have called ho
Aug 25, 2013 WTXF Fox 29 (Philadelphia, PA)
added Aug 26, 2013 11:36
the jury found plaintiff Barbara Izzarelli was at fault for 42 percent of her illness, which reduced Reynolds’ liability to $7.98 million in compensatory damages and $3.97 million in punitive damages...The Izzarelli case is one of the most prominent non-E
Jul 11, 2017 Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 11, 2017 08:43
Several bills promoting children's health won final approval in the General Assembly late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, led by an effort to make so-called e-cigarettes illegal for teens under 18 years of age. After a four-minute debate short
May 8, 2014 Connecticut Post
added May 8, 2014 10:20
A recent study at the Yale School of Medicine provides the most accurate estimates to date of the proportion of smokers in the general population and in populations with mental illness. The finding may provide the data required to tailor anti-smoking cam
Apr 22, 2014 Yale Daily News
added Apr 22, 2014 14:24