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h a renewed push to smoke-free posts. Veterans of Foreign Wars Rocket Post 4534 is the latest in a slowly growing number of VFW posts and other veteran organizations' gathering places to make the decision to no longer allow smoking inside its buildings.
Mar 11, 2014 Florida Today
added Mar 11, 2014 14:55
Volusia County’s hero is a political science professor at Stetson University, T. Wayne Bailey, a long-time member of the American Lung Association advocating for smoke-free spaces. Bailey spoke with The News-Journal about his anti-smoking efforts.
Mar 10, 2014 Daytona Beach (FL) News-Journal
added Mar 10, 2014 10:58
"I was blown away by the diagnosis. I was just 32. I had never been a smoker, I had no family history of cancer, and I had always maintained a healthy lifestyle," she wrote in a an article posted on American Association for Cancer Research last year. Ba
Feb 28, 2014 WTSP-TV Ch. 10
added Mar 1, 2014 17:57
And here's a further wrinkle: Even if you're a responsible parent who tries to keep tabs on your child, the old tried-and-true investigative method -- of smelling your teen's breath and clothing -- has been rendered obsolete. Finally, it seems, we've cr
Feb 28, 2014 (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) Sun-Sentinel
added Feb 28, 2014 20:09
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes raises, a bill is now headed to the Senate floor to prohibit the sale of the trendy slim metal tubes to minors. On Thursday, the Appropriations Committee became the fourth committee to support a proposal that wou
Feb 20, 2014 CBS Local CBS4/TV33
added Feb 21, 2014 15:33
T.D. Bowen quit his insurance-agent job and cashed in his 401(k) to launch Moon Mountain Vapor, a custom-built laboratory for mixing the flavorful nicotine cocktails heated into vapor by e-cigarettes.
Feb 20, 2014 Tampa Bay (FL) Times
added Feb 20, 2014 22:30
Third District Court of Appeal said the trial court should not have ruled that Everett Belanger's suit, filed in 2007, was barred by the statute of limitations, because the date at which he knew or should have known that his chronic obstructive pulmonary
Feb 12, 2014 Law360
added Feb 16, 2014 12:11
said Cheryl Searcy, whose mother Carol LaSard died of smoking-related lung cancer, should not have been awarded punitive damages because she did not present evidence that LaSard in particular was damaged by the tobacco companies' alleged conspiracy to con
Feb 13, 2014 Law360
added Feb 16, 2014 12:09
LawFinance Group ... said... the timing was right to enter the Engle field by putting together a portfolio of available financing for plaintiffs and plaintiffs attorneys defending verdict awards on appeal by the tobacco companies.
Feb 14, 2014 Law360
added Feb 16, 2014 12:05
Everett Belanger successfully appealed a 2011 ruling from Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Beatrice Butchko, who dismissed Belanger’s claim that cigarettes made him sick. In finding 2-1 on behalf of Belanger this week, the Third District Court of Appeal noted t
Feb 12, 2014 Miami (FL) Herald
added Feb 12, 2014 19:57