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[Pennsylvania] I-78 pickup is stopped as it carries 9,000 packs of untaxed cigarettes, police say

Sarit-Rosario consented in writing to the search of the pickup, and the search came up with 900 cartons of cigarettes, none of them stamped to show they had been taxed, Kalinchock said.
Allentown (PA) Morning Call
added Apr 18, 2015 11:41
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Decision Could Get Millions Flowing to Anti-Smoking Programs in Pennsylvania

For years, there's been a tug of war in Pennsylvania over $126 million, which is part of the huge Master Tobacco Settlement. Tobacco companies contribute hundreds of millions of dollars each year to help states pay for healthcare expenses related to smok
NBC Philadelphia (NBC Local Media)
added Apr 16, 2015 12:05

[Pennsylvania] Tobacco Deal Ruling Could Boost Other States In Pa.'s Boat ($$)

A Pennsylvania appeals court's finding that tobacco companies must pay some $125.8 million to the state as part of a 1998 Master Tobacco Settlement helps a handful of other states that are locked in similar battles with Big Tobacco in an underlying disput
added Apr 14, 2015 01:29

[Pennsylvania] Research on vaping starts to clear smoke on possible health effects

If a smoker wants to switch, it's important to avoid using combustible cigarettes and a vaping device simultaneously, Drawbaugh said. "My concern is the people who go back and forth all day long, because who knows how much nicotine they're getting then?
York (PA) Dispatch
added Apr 13, 2015 11:57

[Pennsylvania] BREAKING: Big Tobacco Must Fork Over $125M To Pa. ($$)

Pennsylvania can receive a $125 million payment by Philip Morris USA Inc. and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.... The highly anticipated ruling is the first appellate decision over the settlement fund in the country.
added Apr 10, 2015 21:30

[Pennsylvania] BREAKING: Big Tobacco Must Fork Over $125M To Pa.

Pennsylvania can receive a $125 million payment by Philip Morris USA Inc. and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. that was part of the 1998 nationwide tobacco settlement over smoking-related health costs, a state appeals court ruled Friday.
added Apr 10, 2015 16:07

[Pennsylvania] Smoking policy review committee seeks to cut cigarettes from campus

The committee, composed mainly of administrators and other employees of the university, will completely remove smoking from campus if their policy is approved. The committee has sought to eliminate designated smoking zones since its inception in 2013. T
The Tartan (Carnegie Mellon University)
added Apr 6, 2015 12:38

[Pennsylvania] VIDEO: As the federal government considers regulation for e-cigarettes, a debate wages

Public health experts say they are just beginning to untangle basic questions about electronic cigarettes. "The simplistic answer is they have the potential to do harm, they have the potential to do good." That's the quick appraisal from Mitch Zeller
WHYY (Philadelphia, PA)
added Apr 3, 2015 22:51

[Pennsylvania] Prof who went on plane rant no longer teaching

The Penn State Abington professor who lit a cigarette on a plane and went on an hours-long rant about U.S.-Venezuela relations is no longer teaching, but remains employed by the university, a university spokeswoman said Thursday.
Philly blogs
added Mar 28, 2015 07:06
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[Pennsylvania] Uniontown, Mon Valley hospitals tighten no-tabacco policies

Along with Monongahela Valley Hospital, which enacted a tobacco-free policy last year, Uniontown Hospital is falling in line with other regional health care systems prohibiting the use of all tobacco-related products on their properties.
Pittsburgh (PA) Tribune-Review
added Mar 21, 2015 19:37
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