Headlines Tagged with Federal/National — 13,986 headlines found
India is considering a ban on electronic cigarettes over the risks to public health that they may cause, a senior Health Ministry official told Reuters. The World Health Organization (WHO) in August called for stiff regulation of e-cigarettes as well as
Oct 30, 2014 Reuters
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Dr Jerip Susil in his address at the launching of the state-level No Tobacco Day 2014 ... He said the government spends billions of ringgit yearly to treat tobacco related diseases. “A smoker or non-smoker suffering from tobacco related disease will hav
Oct 31, 2014 Borneo Post (my)
added Oct 31, 2014 18:36
The new Form FDA 3852 is very similar to the form manufacturers and importers have been sending to USDA. Thus, the new rule does not add additional administrative burdens to required data submissions.
Oct 30, 2014 FDA Blogs
added Oct 31, 2014 11:58
States and localities got cash up front but may end up paying back a lot more than they expected.
Aug 18, 2014 ProPublica
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An updated tally by ProPublica shows that tobacco bondholders are due $2.6 billion of the $6 billion in this year’s payouts to state and local governments from Big Tobacco.
Sep 11, 2014 ProPublica
added Oct 30, 2014 20:28
It seemed a boon then, but as Cezary Podkul tells ProPublica Editor in Chief Steve Engelberg in today’s podcast, things haven’t exactly turned out that way.
Sep 15, 2014 ProPublica
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Aug 7, 2014 ProPublica
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TOBACCO NATION: WHERE AMERICANS SMOKE, DIP AND DIE TRYIN’ / Who's Still Smoking? State-by-State Analysis of U.S. Tobacco Use
We combed through the latest CDC data for interesting and surprising patterns of tobacco use in the U.S. ...Would you have guessed that Maine loves cigars more than anywhere ...Kentucky...highest rate of smoking-attributable deaths (371 per 100,000 peopl
Oct 28, 2014 Vocativ
added Oct 30, 2014 14:41
A grass roots movement to raise the legal age for buying cigarettes and other tobacco products to 21 years from 18 is gaining traction, shaping up as the next serious challenge to the $100 billion U.S. tobacco industry.
Oct 30, 2014 The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Oct 30, 2014 13:18
According to the lawsuit, "employees will be penalized if they or their spouses do not take the biometric tests." The penalties listed in the lawsuit include ... a $1,000 'tobacco surcharge' even if the employee chooses to not go through the biometric tes
Oct 29, 2014 KARE NBC 11 (Minneapolis, MN)
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