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Cubs, Others Chew on New Tobacco Restrictions

White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf voiced his support in a letter to the city’s finance committee last week. He said children should not be exposed to smokeless tobacco and that the league and the city have a chance to be leaders “in an important cause”
CSP News (Convenience Store/Petroleum)
added Mar 18, 2016 21:01
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[Florida, New York] Yankees trying to get players to stop using chewing tobacco

TAMPA — Chewing tobacco isn’t outlawed in New York just yet, but with that possibility looming, the Yankees are doing their best to help....Girardi said Major League Baseball sent a memo to all 30 teams this week, prompting the Yankees to post the memo
New York Daily News
added Mar 17, 2016 16:10
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[Pennsylvania] Editorial | Stadiums' bans of smokeless tobacco is welcome news

We applaud city leaders in Massachusetts and California for taking a stand against smokeless tobacco. Hopefully, players will come to the realization that tobacco does not make them better pitchers, hitters or fielders.
Johnstown (PA) Tribune-Democrat
added Mar 19, 2016 18:02
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Chicago Raising OTP Taxes, Increasing Tobacco Purchase Age

Chicagoans who use other tobacco products (OTP) including cigars, smokeless and pipe tobacco are in for more taxes beginning in July due to a new ordinance. And the age to purchase tobacco products has also been raised from 18 to 21.
Convenience Store Decisions
added Mar 19, 2016 01:34
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[Illinois] Big Tobacco takes hit; City Council bolsters anti-smoking efforts

Big Tobacco took it on the chin Wednesday when Chicago raised its smoking age to 21, outlawed discounts, slapped a $6 million tax on cigars, roll-your-own tobacco and smokeless tobacco and banned chaw altogether at sports stadiums. On the day after the
Chicago Sun-Times
added Mar 17, 2016 17:48
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[Illinois] Cubs unimpressed by Chicago chewing tobacco ban

"We're grown men. I don't know about all that," Cubs pitcher John Lackey told the Chicago Tribune. "People in the stands can have a beer, but we can't do what we want? It's a little messed up."
Reuters
added Mar 17, 2016 13:18
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[Illinois] Chicago Takes Bold Action To Reduce Tobacco Use: Raises Tobacco Age to 21, Makes Baseball Tobacco-Free

Today is a truly historic day in Chicago when it comes to protecting kids from the dangers of tobacco use. We applaud Sen. Richard Durbin for his leadership in advocating for tobacco-free baseball. We also support Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City Council
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Mar 16, 2016 19:18
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[Illinois] Great Day for a (Tobacco-Free) Ballgame in Chicago

Chicago today gave a powerful boost to the campaign to take tobacco out of baseball by becoming the fourth Major League city and the first in the Midwest to make its baseball stadiums tobacco-free. The City Council approved an ordinance to eliminate smoke
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Mar 16, 2016 19:16
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[Belgium, Europe, Malta] Dalligate suspect files Belgian criminal complaint

Silvio Zammit, who stands charged with soliciting bribes, wants snus lobbyist investigated over illegal phone recording
Malta Today (mt)
added Mar 16, 2016 09:39
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[Europe, Malta] Silvio Zammit files criminal complaint over 'illegal' phone call recording

Silvio Zammit, the man accused of bribery and trading in influence when John Dalli was EU Commissioner for Health, has filed a criminal complaint with the Belgian police over an allegedly illegal telephone recording.
Times of Malta (mt)
added Mar 15, 2016 21:26
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