Headlines Tagged with Settlements — 14,842 headlines found
Mike Moore, former Mississippi attorney general and now head of Mike Moore Law Firm in Flowood, has been named to the board of directors of Legacy, an anti-tobacco foundation in Washington, D.C. Legacy was created as a result of the November 1998 Master
Jul 17, 2013 Mississippi Business Journal
added Jul 17, 2013 15:04
Oregon’s anti-smoking advocates are poised to get something from the state Legislature that they’ve never received before.
Jul 11, 2013 Bend (OR) Bulletin
added Jul 14, 2013 11:38
[Oregon] Not enough tobacco settlement money dedicated to anti-smoking programs, public health advocates say
For the first time since the money started flowing, some of the $120 million Oregon receives ... is expected go toward anti-smoking programs. But the amount -- $4 million -- is far short of the $86 million public health advocates say is needed to adequat
Jul 2, 2013 The Oregonian
added Jul 12, 2013 06:45
For the first time, Oregon will start to use some tobacco settlement funds to protect kids from tobacco. Over the next 2 years, the state will allocate $2 million per year for the Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP).
Jul 8, 2013 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Jul 9, 2013 11:09
Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has refinanced Louisiana's tobacco settlement bonds, though the state received significantly less money than expected through the deal. Jindal's top financial adviser, Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols, anno
Jul 2, 2013 AP - Associated Press
added Jul 7, 2013 21:16
Leading Health Groups Urge State AGs to Investigate R.J. Reynolds’ New Magazine Ads for Camel Cigarettes
The ads, for Camel Crush cigarettes, have appeared in the April, May or June issues of at least 24 magazines, including several with large teen readerships. This is the first time R.J. Reynolds has advertised a cigarette brand in magazines since December
May 30, 2013 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Jul 6, 2013 18:50
The settlement of the tobacco lawsuit resulted in billions of dollars for states across the country, and part of the money in Ohio was used to create the Southern Ohio Agricultural and Community Development Foundation (SOACDF). Since 2002, the Foundatio
Jul 4, 2013 Gallipolis (OH) Tribune
added Jul 6, 2013 17:18
Jindal's top financial adviser, Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols, announced Tuesday that the deal was done. Instead of the more than $140 million in upfront cash expected by the refinancing, the state got $83 million.
Jul 3, 2013 KNOE 8 News (Monroe, LA)
added Jul 3, 2013 12:16
On a unanimous, bipartisan vote Tuesday, the Assembly Judiciary Committee approved Senate Bill 680 by Senator Lois Wolk (D-Davis) to close a major loophole in state law that enables some tobacco manufacturers to avoid paying millions of dollars in state
Jun 28, 2013 Woodland (CA) Daily Democrat
added Jun 28, 2013 21:55
The settlement dollars went up in smoke years ago and smokers will put their dollars up in smoke to pay for the whole mess for years to come. The silliness of this whole scenario is obvious.
Jun 28, 2013 New Bern (NC) Sun-Journal
added Jun 28, 2013 14:16