Headlines Tagged with Utah — 1,325 headlines found
Salt Lake International will be smoke free by 2017. Sources tell ABC 4 that plans have not been finalized, but, one by one, the lounges will be closed over the rest of 2016. Signs will shortly be posted to give advance warning on each lounge notifying
May 9, 2016 KTVX ABC4 (Salt Lake City, UT)
added May 9, 2016 22:35
Doing the math, five flavors of e-liquid, each with three different nicotine levels,could run in excess of $15 million to clear the FDA process, Jensen said. “It’s the same process the FDA puts pharmaceutical and tobacco products through, but they’re m
May 8, 2016 Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner
added May 8, 2016 17:27
"Pornography is more dangerous than secondhand smoke," Brown said. "If we can go against second-hand smoke and make such a difference, we can go against the pornography industry."
Apr 19, 2016 Reuters
added Apr 19, 2016 22:02
A woman flying from Bozeman, Mont., to Salt Lake City activated an e-cigarette and refused to put it out, said Nancy Volmer, spokeswoman for Salt Lake City International Airport. She said that when the plane landed, the passenger was escorted off the air
Apr 15, 2016 Salt Lake Tribune
added Apr 15, 2016 16:20
Smokers just need to understand, if they don’t already, that society isn’t backtracking on this one, and, for them, winter connections in Utah are getting a lot colder.
Mar 31, 2016 Deseret News
added Mar 31, 2016 15:56
Three bills attempted to change Utah tobacco laws this year, but all went up in smoke. Rep. Paul Ray, R-Clinton, attempted to put an 86.5 percent tax on e-cigarettes, the same as on other non-cigarette tobacco products.
Mar 12, 2016 Salt Lake Tribune
added Mar 12, 2016 16:49
If you are caught by police using an e-cigarette or smoke at an Alpine city park, you could now face a $25 fine. Alpine officials approved a municipal ordinance Tuesday making smoking at a public park against the law, something long established as a reg
Mar 10, 2016 Provo (UT) Daily Herald
added Mar 10, 2016 15:33
The Democratic minority leader in the Utah House of Representatives launched a broadside against President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist Thursday, while arguing for an 86 percent tax increase for e-cigarettes. Rep. Brian King argued the Hou
Mar 5, 2016 The Daily Caller (blog)
added Mar 7, 2016 16:34
This bill modifies provisions related to the regulation and taxation of electronic cigarette products and nicotine inhalers and how related revenues are to be spent.
Mar 7, 2016 Utah State Legislature
added Mar 7, 2016 16:32
But the bill's run at the 2016 Utah Legislature likely came to an end when the House Revenue and Taxation Committee recommended it be studied over the summer. HB333 called for an 86 percent tax on the manufacturer's price of e-cigarettes.
Mar 4, 2016 Deseret News
added Mar 5, 2016 00:15