Headlines Tagged with Connecticut — 2,210 headlines found
Jun 4, 2012 State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
added Jun 13, 2012 03:26
Senate Minority Leader John McKinney, of Fairfield, said he didn’t know but, in theory, Donovan could have blocked it.
Jun 1, 2012 Torrington (CT) Register Citizen
added Jun 4, 2012 10:25
An actual camp in Kent, Connecticut, complete with cabins and lake, is hosting the offbeat event September 22-24, with tickets starting at $499....And S’mores aren’t the only thing on the menu — there’s also a Scotch and Cigars session.
Apr 22, 2017 Variety
added Apr 29, 2017 02:50
The warning comes after an e-cigarette exploded in one man's mouth, knocking out two of his teeth and cracking two others a few weeks ago. "Right in his mouth," says Lt. Robert Daniel. "Some of the witnesses stated it sounded like an M-80 going off."
Dec 12, 2016 News 12
added Dec 15, 2016 11:17
voters seeing the onslaught of TV ads on behalf of both can be excused if they don't know what to believe. After all, tobacco companies are largely financing the campaigns for both tax measures, spending nearly $18.5 million combined. Equally counterintu
Oct 30, 2016 AP - Associated Press
added Oct 30, 2016 22:26
But an author of the study said commercially available e-cigarettes are not high in alcohol....the risk of ingesting enough alcohol to cause impairment comes from e-cig liquids that are bought on the Internet, or from enthusiasts who mix their own vaping
Jan 12, 2016 New Haven (CT) Register
added Jan 13, 2016 07:41
Smokers recovering from alcohol dependence often continue smoking in an effort to alleviate the discomfort of withdrawal...But the researchers determined that this cigarette use has an adverse impact on patients’ likelihood of staying sober in the long-r
Sep 29, 2015 Yale Daily News
added Sep 29, 2015 13:08
“It is patently untrue that e-cigarettes are safe,” said co-author Benjamin Toll, professor of psychiatry and director of the Smoking Cessation Service at Smilow Cancer Hospital. “There is not enough safety data to make this claim.”
Jan 9, 2015 Yale Daily News
added Jan 9, 2015 13:26
This year, Connecticut will collect $466.1 million in tobacco taxes and its annual allotment from the 1998 settlement, yet less than a penny out of every dollar collected -- 0.6 percent -- will be spent on prevention programs. ... It’s estimated that 4,70
Jan 11, 2014 Norwich (CT) Bulletin
added Jan 12, 2014 03:52
A new poll released today by a group of Connecticut public health advocates shows 70 percent of voters support a 95-cent increase in the state cigarette tax as a way to prevent kids from smoking and help address the state budget.
May 15, 2013 PR Newswire
added May 15, 2013 19:46