Headlines Tagged with Oklahoma — 2,109 headlines found
Reports of smokeless tobacco claims seem to have sent health officials in Oklahoma in a tizzy. Contrary to the popular belief, smokeless tobacco cannot be used as a substitute for conventional cigarettes, they caution.
Sep 12, 2012 The MedGuru
added Sep 12, 2012 09:56
The main concern from e-cig retailers was the bill would classify them as a tobacco product, even though their business is to get people off of tobacco products. Monday afternoon, the lawmaker who wrote the bill says he is changing that. Even on a Mond
Apr 29, 2013 News 9 WWTV (Oklahoma City, OK)
added Apr 30, 2013 22:27
A hazmat unit was sent to an Oklahoma City apartment complex to investigate a report of an explosion early Tuesday. Police have determined that the explosion came from a lithium battery inside of an e-cigarette. It overheated and exploded, police said.
Apr 16, 2013 KOCO-TV Ch. 5
added Apr 17, 2013 14:55
An Oklahoma County judge on Friday granted a motion for summary judgment of more than $47 million in a civil case against a company that was accused of participating in the illegal sale of cigarettes, Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced Friday.
Mar 30, 2013 Tulsa (OK) World
added Mar 30, 2013 19:04
May 30, 2013 KJRH-TV CBS Channel 2 (Tulsa, OK)
added Aug 23, 2013 17:50
Coming soon to a convenience store near you: Vuse, an electronic cigarette that delivers nicotine without the use of tobacco and is benefiting from the combined marketing power of R.J. Reynolds and state government regulators. ... the company’s lobbyi
Apr 6, 2013 The Daily Caller (blog)
added Apr 7, 2013 00:18
State Rep. Rick West, R-Heavener, said the nearly six-year ban on cigarettes sales and smoking inside prisons has caused nothing but problems for inmates, wardens and correctional employees. He’s proposing a controversial measure that would allow inmate
Feb 24, 2018 Enid (OK) News & Eagle
added Feb 24, 2018 00:05
A bill that would make it illegal to sell electronic cigarettes and similar vapor products to individuals younger than 18 years old was approved Thursday by the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
Apr 11, 2014 The Oklahoman
added Apr 11, 2014 15:12
Oklahoma’s “Smoking Cessation and Prevention Act of 2017” may be going up in smoke. Although Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (R) signed the act (SB 845) into law on May 31, the constitutionality of the law is being questioned in a pending lawsuit because o
Jun 26, 2017 Tax Foundation
added Jun 27, 2017 01:36
Supreme Court of Oklahoma has upheld a $47 million summary judgment verdict won by state Attorney General Scott Pruitt in a lawsuit against Native Wholesale Supply, a cigarette distributer. In 2008, the state’s former attorney general, Drew Edmondson, fi
Jun 18, 2014 Washington (DC) Examiner
added Jun 18, 2014 19:16