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[Ohio] Senator calls for FDA oversight of e-cigarettes

Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) called out tobacco companies Thursday, stating they are delaying the Food and Drug Administration's efforts to regulate e-cigarettes and cigars. Citing a statistic that hundreds of Americans die prematurely every year due t
WSET-TV 13 (Lynchburg, VA)
added Apr 24, 2016 23:43

[Ohio] As FDA prepares to regulate e-cigarettes, Congress pushes back

some members of Congress hope to use their own powers to delay the onset of new prohibitions. They say they worry that otherwise, the FDA could wipe out most of the e-cigarette industry in one fell swoop. The Lake County General Health District took the
Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer
added Apr 20, 2016 15:19

[Ohio] Smoking grandma would rather move than quit

Beulah – her friends call her Billie – is 89 years old, and she is still smoking. ... She will take her Doral cigarettes and her ashtrays with her. And her little dog, too. Occupants of the AHEPA 127 apartments are low-income seniors who pay reduced rent
Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer
added Apr 21, 2014 11:29

[Ohio] Local taverns,patrons flout smoking law

nearly eight years after Ohio voters approved the statewide smoking ban, officials are still struggling to get these owners to pay thousands of dollars owed for breaking the law. “When we are talking about the smoking ban, this is a law to protect people
Toledo (OH) Blade
added Apr 20, 2014 07:53

[Ohio] Will smokers quit over tax hike?

just how many Ohioans would kick the habit if a pack of Marlboros were to go from $6 to about $6.60 is debatable, public health researchers say. Meanwhile, the roughly 1 in 4 Ohioans who does smoke, many of them from lower-income brackets, would bear the
Coshocton (OH) Tribune
added Mar 17, 2014 12:01

[Ohio] ROIZEN: Not hiring smokers is good for business

Is it ethical for employers to hire smokers? The practice fosters ill health and makes America less competitive in an international marketplace. The expense of healthcare in the United States represents more than 18 percent
Cleveland (OH) Jewish News
added Jun 15, 2013 16:48

Ohio State considers 100% tobacco ban

Students, staff and faculty who are smokers at Ohio State might have to put away their cigarettes and lighters, as the university is considering moving to a 100 percent tobacco-free environment.
The Ohio State Lantern
added Oct 8, 2012 04:36

Bar carve-out sought after Ohio smoking ban upheld

An attorney who spearheaded an unsuccessful challenge to Ohio's smoking ban says he expects the fight to move now to the state Legislature.
AP - Associated Press
added May 24, 2012 01:51

Vape store seeks exemption to Ohio city’s under-21 tobacco-sales ban, just like hookah lounge

Groove, a store in Kent that specializes in “e-liquids” which he and his staff custom make for customers ages 18 to 80. But he and his employees recently expressed concern about Tobacco 21, a new ordinance in Kent that restricts the sale of tobacco and v
Columbus (OH) Dispatch
added Sep 3, 2018 14:52

[Ohio] Butts in Seats, Not the Ground: UA Goes Tobacco Free

on July 1, The University of Akron became a smoke and tobacco-free campus making it one of almost 2,000 college campuses across the United States that have instituted the same or similar policies. In Ohio, the University is joined by major learning instit
The Buchtelite (University of Akron)
added Aug 31, 2017 16:02
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