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[Utah] Lawmakers resume deliberations of possible e-cigarette tax

Utah lawmakers are again considering whether to tax e-cigarettes. When the Legislature passed HB415 this year, the law tightened regulations on e-cigarette products by requiring a license to sell e-cigarette products and outlining criminal penalties for
Deseret News
added Jun 21, 2015 16:33
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[Utah] Should we pay people to quit smoking?

A new study shows that paying people may be the most effective way to help them quit smoking. Critics of this approach, however, argue that paying people to do things that are good for them may have a corrupting effect.
Deseret News
added Jun 15, 2015 21:28
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[Utah] ASUU Senate Passes Potential Smoke-Free Campus Bill

With only one opposing vote, the ASUU Senate passed joint resolution 14 that could make the U a smoke-free campus. Sponsored by Sen. Ryann Cooley and Rep. Kevin Shields, the bill calls for a task force of 10 to 15 students and faculty to examine tobacco
The Daily Utah Chronicle
added Apr 28, 2015 09:23
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[Utah] H.B. 415 Fifth Substitute Regulation of Electronic Cigarettes

This bill enacts and amends provisions related to electronic cigarette products.... ▸ requires a person to obtain a license in order to sell or distribute an electronic cigarette product; provides criminal penalties for a person that sells an e
Utah State Legislature
added Apr 10, 2015 14:45
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Utah legislators force e-cigarettes to abide by new rules

Prompted by previously easy-to-open packaging and misrepresented or missing content labeling, Utah legislators have enacted H.B. 415, sponsored by Rep. Paul Ray (R) of Clearfield. The bill called for more stringent regulations on e-cigarette refills and
The Independent (St. George, UT)
added Mar 28, 2015 12:47
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[Utah] Regulations on e-cigarette sales getting tighter as lawmakers hope to discourage sales to minors

The Senate passed HB415 28-0, and the House concurred with amendments on a 71-0 vote. It now goes to Gov. Gary Herbert for his signature. The bill would require businesses to obtain a license to sell the nicotine vaporizing devices.
Salt Lake Tribune
added Mar 17, 2015 00:08
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[Utah] Kick Butts Day exerts new leverage against e-cigarettes

a new generation is being targeted as “replacement smokers” with an untested, unproven, addictive product — e-cigarettes — using the same old tactics, said Kristi Jones, health educator with the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program at the Weber-Morgan H
Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner
added Mar 16, 2015 23:19
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[Utah] Kick Butts Day exerts new leverage against e-cigarettes

This year’s event, sponsored by the Weber-Morgan Health Department and the Weber-Morgan Governing Youth Council, will be held on Friday, March 20 at the Megaplex at the Junction. The event, which will run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., will coincide with the 20t
Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner
added Mar 15, 2015 11:14
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[Utah] House passes bill to regulate e-cigarettes

Businesses would have to get a license to sell electronic cigarettes and new labeling requirements would be imposed on the nicotine liquid vaporized in the devices under a bill that easily passed the House on Monday.
Salt Lake Tribune
added Mar 14, 2015 16:43
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[Utah] House endorses bill to tighten e-cigarette regulations

Lawmakers are advancing legislation to address concerns that Utah e-liquid cartridges, used for electronic cigarettes, don't contain what they're labels lead consumers to believe.
Deseret News
added Mar 8, 2015 16:05
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