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[Canada] Ontario doctors want ban on flavoured tobacco, menthol cigarettes

Ontario doctors want the provincial government to reintroduce legislation to ban tobacco products with candy and fruit flavours, and to add menthol cigarettes to the prohibited list. A previous bill that would have expanded a prohibition on the sale of ca
Canadian Press
added Oct 20, 2014 12:52
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New York City Proposes to Include E-Cigarettes in Flavor Ban

The New York City Council has recently proposed a measure that would prohibit so-called “characterizing flavors” in e-cigarettes. The move would subject vapor products to the existing ban on “characterizing flavors” in all tobacco products, which only a
Tobacco Law blog— Troutman Sanders LLP
added Oct 19, 2014 11:52
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COBB/ABRAMS: The FDA, E-Cigarettes, and the Demise of Combusted Tobacco

We would encourage the FDA to accelerate their regulations to eliminate uncertainty regarding safety, drive the substitution and use of clean nicotine, and hasten the demise of lethal combusted tobacco.
New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
added Oct 17, 2014 16:29
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[New York] American Vaping Association Fights Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes

Just three weeks after serious doubts were raised about vaping’s effectiveness, Queens City Councilman Costa Constantinides has introduced a bill limiting the sale of flavored e-cigarettes to tobacco bars. This would be in addition to the general e-cigar
New York Observer
added Oct 16, 2014 18:18
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[Canada] Ontario's Doctors Call on Government to Bring Back Flavoured-tobacco Legislation Including a Ban on Menthol Cigarettes

"Tobacco is still a very significant health issue in Ontario," said Dr. Ved Tandan, President of the Ontario Medical Association. "Preventing children, young adults and others from smoking must be a goal for policy makers, educators and physicians alike
Canada Newswire (CNW) (ca)
added Oct 15, 2014 16:22
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[Canada] Feds take second try at flavoured cigar ban

Ottawa first banned tiny flavoured cigarillos in 2009 because they were deemed to be marketed toward children. But the industry quickly adapted. The 2009 ban was against flavoured cigarillos that weighed up to 1.4 grams. Tobacco companies merely increas
Halifax (NS) Chronicle Herald (ca)
added Oct 12, 2014 22:20
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[Minnesota] Convenience stores burning over cigar crackdown

“In effect, the ordinances are ushering in a new era of prohibition, that’s basically what it’s doing,” said Tom Briant . “… This is very detrimental and damaging to retailers, because your average convenience store relies on tobacco sales inside their s
Watchdog.org (Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity)
added Oct 11, 2014 23:32
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SIEGEL: New York City Council Considering Ban on Flavored Electronic Cigarettes

Councilman Constantinides' desire to take flavored electronic cigarettes off the market may be motivated by a legitimate desire to protect kids from addiction, but the reality is that his proposal would greatly increase smoking addiction in New York City
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Oct 11, 2014 22:53
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[Canada] TOBACCO ACT: Notice of proposed order to amend the schedule to the Tobacco Act

This notice offers interested parties the opportunity to provide comments on proposed amendments...These amendments would further restrict the use of additives, including flavouring additives that are used to market cigars that appeal to youth.
Canada Gazette (ca)
added Oct 10, 2014 15:59
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[Malta] Advocating a smoke-free world

Stephanie Fsadni learns that women are more prone to breathing problems than men. Respiratory consultant Josef Micallef explains why they are more predisposed to suffer from asthma, lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Times of Malta (mt)
added Oct 10, 2014 13:46
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