Headlines Tagged with Smokeless — 6,044 headlines found
Despite the meetings about tobacco use and the signs in the clubhouse, Yankee and Mets players still had questions about the law. How much would the fine be? How would it be enforced? What about their opinions? Andrew Miller, a Yankee reliever who no lo
Mar 23, 2016 New York Times
added Mar 23, 2016 11:52
The City Council on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance that bans smoking in its 29 parks. It includes all tobacco- and nicotine-products, including cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, and electronic cigarettes.
Mar 22, 2016 Des Moines (IA) Register
added Mar 23, 2016 10:59
Major League Baseball would like to get the substance out of the game altogether, but hasn’t reached a deal with the players’ union. Councilman Corey Johnson (D-Manhattan), who sponsored the legislation, noted there’s evidence kids are being influenced
Mar 22, 2016 New York Daily News
added Mar 23, 2016 00:11
City Council, by an overwhelming vote of 44-3, voted today to prohibit the use of all tobacco products – including smokeless tobacco like chew, dip and snuff – at all ticketed sporting events within the city. The measure will cover Yankee Stadium and Citi
Mar 22, 2016 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Mar 22, 2016 20:52
[New York] ''SMOKING IS NORMAL'' CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AHEAD OF NYC COUNCIL PLAN TO BAN SMOKELESS TOBACCO
(C.L.A.S.H.) has a message for them: We will not go gentle into [your] good night....This means to an end cannot be tolerated any more than a law crafted to deny someone the right to wear a t-shirt that says "Smoking is Normal" - a form of free speech wi
Mar 21, 2016 MMD Newswire (Mass Media Distribution LLC)
added Mar 21, 2016 18:30
Players were reluctant to speak on the record about the matter Friday for fear of backlash, but it’s clear the proposed ban — which will go before the City Council’s Health Committee next week — is a concern among many. “I would like to see how they are
Mar 19, 2016 New York Post
added Mar 19, 2016 18:44
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.
Mar 16, 2016 Johnstown (PA) Tribune-Democrat
added Mar 19, 2016 18:02
"I only hit a few doubles last year, but you definitely can feel it if you have a big pinch in your lip and you're gassed a little bit versus if you have a piece of bubble gum in your mouth and you're not sucking wind as much," Russell said Thursday. "I'
Mar 18, 2016 Chicago Tribune
added Mar 19, 2016 01:45
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.
Mar 16, 2016 Convenience Store Decisions
added Mar 19, 2016 01:34
de Blasio may sign a bill next week that would ban smokeless tobacco at ticketed sporting events, which would include games at Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. Fans and players would be affected. “This is going to make a lot of guys not too happy,” one Met
Mar 18, 2016 New York Post
added Mar 18, 2016 22:44