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[Virginia] EDITORIAL: Tobacco commission needs more oversight

Suppose somebody gave you $1 billion out of the blue — yes, that’s “b” for “billion” — and told you to spend it in the poorest parts of the state to build a new economy. What would you spend it on? And how would you measure whether it had done any good?
Roanoke (VA) Times & World News
added Sep 21, 2014 23:40
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GALUSZKA: Virginia's tobacco commission needs a makeover

has figured in a stunning array of scandals, including the recently concluded corruption trial involving former governor Robert F. McDonnell ... A new board...is necessary. Maybe then the non-tobacco parts of the state would get a share of the money. It i
The Washington Post
added Sep 20, 2014 13:12
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[Germany, New Jersey] German Smokers See Cigarette Butts Recycled Into Ash Trays

the plan introduced by New Jersey-based waste collection company TerraCycle, collection points for cigarette waste have been set up at more than 100 locations, including bars, offices and even an amusement park. Once the paper and tobacco remains are filt
NBC News
added Sep 20, 2014 12:49
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[New York] Ethics of Tobacco PR Argued by Holmes, Cohen

Paul Holmes of The Holmes Report and ex-New York Times “Ethicist” columnist Randy Cohen argued heatedly Sept. 8 about the ethics of repping tobacco (Holmes favoring it). The argument took place towards the end of the 90-minute program of the New York ch
O'Dwyer's PR Daily
added Sep 18, 2014 18:06
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FORM 8-K - Current Report

On September 12, 2014, the Board of Directors of Reynolds American Inc., referred to as RAI, approved and adopted amendments to RAI’s Code of Conduct. The amendments to the Code of Conduct clarify, update or enhance the descriptions of the standards of c
Reynolds American (RAI)
added Sep 18, 2014 08:16
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[New York] ARCHIVE: Big pay, low payoff at NYC nonprofit

Whelan, 69, who has a doctorate from the Harvard School of Public Health and founded the nonprofit in 1978, brushed off criticism. “We are more active than ever before"... Current projects include...Ross’ testimony on “reduced-risk tobacco” at an FDA hea
New York Post
added Sep 17, 2014 22:31
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[UK] Letter to Professor Ashton

Whilst you may have been subjected to a number of antagonistic tweets, which we would not condone, there can be no excuse for some of the language you used in your own tweets. Nor can there be any excuse for searching through Twitter to find tweets that v
Save e-cigs (blog)
added Sep 17, 2014 14:58
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RAEBURN: "Stand Up To Cancer" didn't stand up to tobacco.

celebrities who told tearful personal stories probably didn’t know that a portion of the money raised by Stand Up To Cancer has come from the manufacture, sale, and advertising of cigarettes....medical writers missed a good story. And if we don't raise qu
Knight Science Journalism at MIT
added Sep 15, 2014 17:38
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[Asia] POLITO: ITC sustainability award for India's million smoking deaths

India is home to 12% of the world's smokers (120 million), nearly one million annual smoking related deaths, and arguably the world's most brazen tobacco company, ITC Limited.... ITC sells 80 percent of India's cigarettes. Reflect on the hypocrisy of ITC
whyquit.com
added Sep 14, 2014 11:49
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EDITORIAL: Whatever its motive, CVS does the right thing by ending cigarette sales

Any company that takes a risk to stand on the right side of public health deserves congratulations...CVS’s move says a lot about American society’s relationship with tobacco. The company’s conclusion that selling cigarettes fundamentally conflicts with th
The Washington Post
added Sep 13, 2014 20:12
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