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[Montana] LETTER: Don't fall for ads from Big Tobacco

You’ve probably received tobacco industry funded flyers opposing Initiative 185. They claim the veterans will only receive 4 percent ($2 million a year) of funding from I-185. This true, but $2 million is eight times the funding that the Legislature appr
Billings (MT) Gazette
added Oct 19, 2018 12:08
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[Montana] LETTER: Why is Juras in Big Tobacco's ad?

I am not sure how much Big Tobacco is paying Kristen Juras to opine that I-185 is unconstitutional. But, those who see the ad should understand a couple of facts about Juras. She has never argued a case before the Montana Supreme Court. In fact, she only
Billings (MT) Gazette
added Oct 19, 2018 11:55
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[District of Columbia] DC Rider’s Answer Line: Can Metro do anything about people smoking at bus stops?

Rider Jayant Kumar Vodela is upset about people smoking... If you see somebody smoking in these areas, you don’t have to call 911. You can text transit police at MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121.
Washington Post
added Oct 19, 2018 11:52
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LETTER: Tobacco industry not concerned with Montanans

There is transparency in the absurd amount of money Big Tobacco is throwing into the oppositional campaign. The tobacco industry is not concerned with Montanans, and is advocating for the removal of support services that allow our patients to pursue heal
Helena (MT) Independent Record
added Oct 19, 2018 02:01
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[Montana] LETTERS: Letters to the editor for and against I-185, the proposed tobacco tax hike to continue medicaid expansion

We at the Montana Guardian Group oppose I-185 — not because we are funded by big-tobacco dark money (we are not); nor because we believe the use of tobacco products should be more widespread (we do not); but because we are Montanans, and we believe our C
Helena (MT) Independent Record
added Oct 19, 2018 02:07
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[Montana] LETTER: Tobacco taxes reduce tobacco use and save lives

Tobacco taxes reduce tobacco use and save lives. How can that be bad? And the fact that a portion of the revenue will be used to help 100,000 Montanans keep their health care? Again, how can that be bad? Vote yes on I-185.
Helena (MT) Independent Record
added Oct 15, 2018 23:59
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[Georgia] Oz & Roizen: Thirdhand smoke: Myth or reality?

Yes, thirdhand smoke is a real (and terrible) thing. It is the toxic residue that collects on clothes, rug, drapes or furniture when those things are exposed to smoke from any tobacco product. Think about it: If you’re a nonsmoker and you’ve stood next to
Athens (GA) Banner-Herald
added Oct 15, 2018 22:47
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LETTER: PROCTOR: Acting Now Is Urgent: Commentary on Zeller

Cigarette makers were never able to make combustible cigarettes “cancer free,” but now at least we have the power to make them addiction free. It’s a small and simple step in the direction of genuine harm reduction—which could easily save millions of liv
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 15, 2018 18:41
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[Illinois] Condo board asked to deal with secondhand smoke

A. This is an increasingly more common complaint. The association's governing documents can offer relief if they include the typical language that prohibits residents from engaging in noxious or offensive conduct or conduct that may be an annoyance to ot
Chicago (IL) Daily Herald
added Oct 14, 2018 15:36
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ZELLER: The Future of Nicotine Regulation: Key Questions and Challenges [FREE FULL TEXT]

As we shape nicotine regulatory policy incorporating the concept of a tobacco product continuum of risk, we as a society must confront a wide range of important issues, some of them going to the fundamental question of how the principle of harm reduction
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 15, 2018 18:48
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