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            "summary": "In response to stronger tobacco control regulation spreading around the world, the tobacco industry releases and promotes new, diverse products in order to maintain market share. The release of heated tobacco products (HTPs) in May 2017 and closed system types of electronic cigarette (e-cig) vapour products (eg, JUUL) in May 2019 have transformed South Korea\u2019s tobacco market . . . \r\nSouth Korea\u2019s legal definition of tobacco products is abused by the tobacco industry and e-cig manufacturers. Since any tobacco product \u2026",
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            "summary": "India\u2019s eminent harm reduction advocate Samrat Chowdhery has been appointed as the President of the International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organizations (INNCO), a global body of 34 national advocacy groups which has been recognized with UN observer status.\r\n\r\nINNCO represents consumers of low-risk, alternative nicotine products, and promotes tobacco harm reduction (THR) at the global stage. The organization actively works on engaging consumers in the global THR discussions. In the process, it develops and strengthens member organizations of the community.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.apnnews.com\/samrat-chowdhery-appointed-as-innco-president\/",
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        "494574": {
            "id": 494574,
            "headlineText": "RICHARDS: Vaping 'victory' is far from a win, just another LNP con",
            "subhead": "While it may appear the Government is working in favour of vape users, a closer look at their planned restrictions reveals the opposite, writes Chris Mordd Richards.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:33:16+00:00",
            "summary": "ON TUESDAY 23 June, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced that as of 1 July, the importation of vaping fluid containing nicotine for personal use would be illegal, punishable by up to a $200,000 fine.\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\nVapers \u2013 the vast majority who used it or are using it as a method to quit traditional forms of smoking \u2013 rightly panicked and flooded suppliers with orders, selling out many popular providers, especially in New Zealand.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/independentaustralia.net\/politics\/politics-display\/vaping-victory-is-far-from-a-win-just-another-lnp-con,14059",
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        "494573": {
            "id": 494573,
            "headlineText": "Pod-based e-cigarettes may foster greater nicotine dependence \u03a9",
            "subhead": "High-dose delivery of nicotine may foster greater dependence than other types of e-cigarettes",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:31:37+00:00",
            "summary": "JUUL and similar pod-based e-cigarettes\u2019 efficient delivery of nicotine may foster greater dependence than other types of e-cigarettes, according to a new study by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.\r\n\r\nThe pod-based e-cigarettes have been popular with teenagers and young adults since they came on the market in 2015, but little has been known about their health effects. A new systematic review led by researchers at the Harvard Chan School found that while the products may contain lower levels of harmful ingredients than conventional cigarettes, there is no evidence that even these lower levels are safe for youth.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/news.harvard.edu\/gazette\/story\/2020\/06\/pod-based-e-cigarettes-may-foster-greater-nicotine-dependence\/",
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            "id": 494572,
            "headlineText": "McGRADY: Why Australia\u2019s draconian vaping policies deserve condemnation",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:29:31+00:00",
            "summary": "Over one year ago, I authored a column in these very pages for The Spectator Australia.  . . . \r\nIdeally, Mr Hunt and the Department of Health should withdraw the importation ban for much longer than six months. Maybe 12 months? 24 months? 36? \r\nInstead, domestic policies are so incongruent at the state and federal levels in Australia that there needs to be an interest in expanding access to smoke-free products while further limiting the actual combustible smoking products that kill thousands of Aussies a year.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.spectator.com.au\/2020\/07\/why-australias-draconian-vaping-policies-deserve-condemnation\/",
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        "494571": {
            "id": 494571,
            "headlineText": "Tobacco Companies Are Developing COVID-19 Vaccines",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:28:02+00:00",
            "summary": "Is Big Tobacco big enough to beat COVID-19? The properties of the tobacco plant, or Nicotiana tabacum, have been well known among researchers for decades,",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.insidesources.com\/tobacco-companies-are-developing-covid-19-vaccines\/",
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        "494570": {
            "id": 494570,
            "headlineText": "ROSSEL: Their Favorite Enemy",
            "subhead": "The coronavirus crisis has reinforced anti-tobacco activists\u2019 existing worldviews.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:27:23+00:00",
            "summary": "Based on the assumption, not scientific evidence, that people who smoke or vape may be at greater risk for Covid-19, anti-tobacco campaigners considered the pandemic the perfect opportunity to suggest that smokers and vapers quit both habits, preferably through willpower but otherwise with the aid of nicotine-replacement therapy (NRT).In times of pressure, well-researched subjects, such as nicotine addiction, the differentiation between tobacco and nicotine and the method of nicotine delivery, appear to play an even smaller role than usual. How else to explain the decision of many jurisdictions to close vape shops during the first weeks of the pandemic?",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccoreporter.com\/2020\/07\/01\/their-favorite-enemy\/",
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        "494569": {
            "id": 494569,
            "headlineText": "HARTMANN: Conservatives make a mockery of themselves again with a bizarre war against the \u2018tyranny\u2019 of masks",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:23:08+00:00",
            "summary": "The bizarre \u201cconservative\u201d idea of \u201cfreedom\u201d has struck again. Margaret Sullivan reported in the\u00a0Washington Post\u00a0on a new study that shows what we all intuited: people who get their news from Fox and right-wing hate radio\u2014both promoting the idea that the economy is more important than your health\u2014are less likely to understand the reality of COVID-19 . . . \r\nIn the 1980s, the tobacco lobby launched a group called the Tea Party, declaring bans on smoking in restaurants and on airplanes were an existential threat to liberty and the first steps down the road to godless communism. People lit up just to get arrested, and the arrests always made the papers.\r\n\r\nOver the past three decades, we\u2019ve been treated to a never-ending string of conservative eruptions of faux outrage.[\u2026]",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.rawstory.com\/2020\/07\/conservatives-make-of-mockery-of-themselves-again-with-a-bizarre-war-against-the-tyranny-of-masks\/",
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        "494568": {
            "id": 494568,
            "headlineText": "Caesars Southern Indiana workers say company's smoking policy puts them in danger",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:21:26+00:00",
            "summary": "Employees at Caesars Southern Indiana say the casino is taking a gamble with their health because \u2014 unlike French Lick \u2014 it is still allowing guests to smoke.\r\n\r\nThat means guests are taking off their face masks when they take a drag.\r\n\r\nCaesars workers on Wednesday delivered the casino a petition with more than 300 signatures, demanding smoking be prohibited and that guests be required to wear masks at all times on the casino floor.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.wdrb.com\/news\/caesars-southern-indiana-workers-say-companys-smoking-policy-puts-them-in-danger\/article_fa6baaae-bc0b-11ea-a581-cff78ae462d2.html",
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        "494567": {
            "id": 494567,
            "headlineText": "Azerbaijan exporting its Virginia tobacco to Ukraine, Russia ($$)",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:19:55+00:00",
            "summary": null,
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/en.trend.az\/business\/3262904.html",
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        "494566": {
            "id": 494566,
            "headlineText": "Cigarette ban will eventually be lifted, says Ramaphosa",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:17:19+00:00",
            "summary": "President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ban on the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products during the lockdown will eventually be lifted. \r\n\r\nRamaphosa was responding to a question from a South African during a virtual imbizo on Wednesday evening. The imbizo was organised to discuss some of the Covid-19 issues and challenges the country is facing.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.iol.co.za\/news\/politics\/cigarette-ban-will-eventually-be-lifted-says-ramaphosa-50248393",
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        "494565": {
            "id": 494565,
            "headlineText": "LETTER: Edina's flavored tobacco ban left no choice but to sue",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:15:45+00:00",
            "summary": "Our stores, Lang\u2019s One Stop Market and Vernon BP, have been forced to sue the city of Edina because the city council acted unfairly, unjustifiably, and unlawfully when it banned the sale of flavored tobacco products.\r\n\r\nLang\u2019s has been an Edina community member for 34 years and Vernon BP has been in operation since 2008. Instead of supporting law-abiding businesses, the city council ushered in a new age of prohibition and made it illegal to sell menthol cigarettes and other flavored tobacco products.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.hometownsource.com\/sun_current\/community\/edina\/letter-edinas-flavored-tobacco-ban-left-no-choice-but-to-sue\/article_d6a1b4a8-bba5-11ea-a646-6ff133edd865.html",
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        "494564": {
            "id": 494564,
            "headlineText": "LaFAIVE\/NESBIT: Stop tobacco settlement funds from going up in smoke",
            "subhead": "Michigan is not alone in using its MSA dollars for things unrelated to smoking. W. Kip Viscusi, author of \u201cSmoke-Filled Rooms: A Post-Mortem on the Tobacco Deal,\u201d catalogued the ways some states spent the first round of lawsuit-related windfalls.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:13:28+00:00",
            "summary": "Lawmakers should stop wasting tobacco settlement revenue and instead redirect it to tobacco cessation and prevention programs.The state of Michigan took in nearly $291 million in MSA money and an additional $878 million\u00a0in cigarette and other tobacco taxes in fiscal 2019. How much did the state spend on its smoking cessation and prevention work?A puny $1.6 million . . . \r\nThe Mackinac Center has estimated the state\u2019s current smuggling rate\u00a0at nearly 20% of all cigarette consumption. Doubling the Michigan excise tax would nearly double Michigan\u2019s smuggling rate and also bring with it a wave of other unintended consequences.It's time to eliminate demonstrably failed corporate welfare spending and dedicate it to higher priorities that have demonstrated success, such as anti-smoking cessation and prevention programs.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/eu.detroitnews.com\/story\/opinion\/2020\/07\/01\/opinion-defund-corporate-welfare-agency-better-public-health\/3284193001\/",
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        "494563": {
            "id": 494563,
            "headlineText": "In the centre of Valencia (Spain) declares war on the tobacco smoke in the summer",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:08:14+00:00",
            "summary": "Andalusia, there are 21 beaches in the a campaign called \u2018Beaches and Without a Smoke\u2019 and one of them is the Brazil the only one on the Coast of Granada, in which he declares this summer, the war on tobacco. This is an initiative of the Network of the Andalusian Health Service, and Spaces are [\u2026]",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/oicanadian.com\/in-the-centre-of-valencia-spain-declares-war-on-the-tobacco-smoke-in-the-summer\/",
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        "494562": {
            "id": 494562,
            "headlineText": "Florida Mayor Says Not Wearing a Mask Is 'Same Thing' as Smoking Around People",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:05:52+00:00",
            "summary": "Discussing his city's decision to mandate wearing face coverings in public, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber compared not wearing a mask to smokers passing on secondhand smoke to their loved ones and strangers.\r\n\r\nGelber, a Democrat and former federal prosecutor, told CNN it was \"ridiculous\" for people to suggest that a mask-wearing requirement was infringing on their personal freedoms. \"Secondhand smoke is the same thing. It's not your freedom, it's the freedom of a loved one or somebody you don't know from getting sick and perhaps deathly sick,\" he said.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.newsweek.com\/florida-mayor-says-not-wearing-mask-same-thing-smoking-around-people-1514826",
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        "494561": {
            "id": 494561,
            "headlineText": "LETTER: Masks: Anti-smoking campaign",
            "subhead": "Wearing a mask is similar to not smoking indoors. You are keeping other people safe from your disease.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:04:32+00:00",
            "summary": "I find our current situation about wearing face masks in public places similar to the use of tobacco products in years past.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.seattletimes.com\/opinion\/masks-anti-smoking-campaign\/",
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        "494560": {
            "id": 494560,
            "headlineText": "Stub out that cigarette: New study links smoking to higher risk of strokes in Blacks",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T11:03:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A new study has shown that Black people who smoke have a higher risk of stroke than their white counterparts. In addition, the more one smokes, the greater the risk.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.baystatebanner.com\/2020\/07\/01\/stub-out-that-cigarette-new-study-links-smoking-to-higher-risk-of-strokes-in-blacks\/",
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        "494559": {
            "id": 494559,
            "headlineText": "Montrose County School District joins national lawsuit against Juul",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T10:59:22+00:00",
            "summary": "Several years ago, nurses and social workers with the Montrose County School District presented to local leaders they about the dangers of vaping, especially by kids and teenagers. The district, the city council, the mayor, the county commissioner, anyone with authority willing to listen.\r\n\r\n\u201cAt that time, basically nobody was doing anything about vaping for adults or anybody, but the city of Montrose probably became the first city in Colorado to ban vaping in public places like restaurants and bars,\u201d said Montrose County School District Superintendent Stephen Schiell. \u201cThey saw what our nurses and social workers were presenting and they were very, very, very concerned about what was happening.\u201d\r\n\r\nThat concern has turned into legal action against the biggest e-cigarette producer in the United States.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.gjsentinel.com\/news\/western_colorado\/montrose-county-school-district-joins-national-lawsuit-against-juul\/article_455dccb2-bbd1-11ea-82f1-733e8cb9db0d.html",
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        "494558": {
            "id": 494558,
            "headlineText": "LA County Says It Has Power to End Sale of Flavored Vapes ($$)",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-02T10:57:39+00:00",
            "summary": "Los Angeles County is striking back at a group of tobacco companies that say the county doesn't have the authority to ban flavored tobacco products, arguing that a federal law governing tobacco can't preempt the county's ability to protect its residents.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.law360.com\/california\/articles\/1288572\/la-county-says-it-has-power-to-end-sale-of-flavored-vapes",
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        "494557": {
            "id": 494557,
            "headlineText": "Exploratory analyses of the popularity and efficacy of four behavioral methods of gradual smoking cessation",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T22:02:46+00:00",
            "summary": "Gradual participants (N=342) chose between four methods of cutting-down over two weeks: cutting-out the easiest cigarettes first (HR-E); cutting-out the most difficult cigarettes first (HR-D); smoking on an increasing time schedule (SR); and not smoking during particular periods (SFP). . . . \r\nConclusions\r\nFuture research and practice could focus more heavily on the SR and SFP methods as these appeared notably more popular than HR. There was substantial imprecision in the efficacy data, which should be treated with caution; however none of the gradual cessation methods showed clear evidence of being more efficacious than others.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/academic.oup.com\/ntr\/article-abstract\/doi\/10.1093\/ntr\/ntaa123\/5866000?redirectedFrom=fulltext",
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        "494556": {
            "id": 494556,
            "headlineText": "Smoking prevalence and COVID-19 in Europe",
            "subhead": "There was a statistically significant negative association between smoking prevalence and the prevalence of COVID-19 across the 38 European nations",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T22:00:42+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nWe found a negative association between smoking prevalence and COVID-19 occurrence at the population level in 38 European countries. This association may not imply a true or causal relationship, and smoking is not advocated as a prevention or treatment of COVID-19.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/academic.oup.com\/ntr\/article\/doi\/10.1093\/ntr\/ntaa121\/5866017",
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        "494555": {
            "id": 494555,
            "headlineText": "Support for minimum legal sales age laws set to age 21 across Australia, Canada, England and US: Findings from the 2018 ITC Four Country Smoking and Vaping Survey",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T21:58:36+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nMost current and former smokers, including a sizable minority of those aged \u226420 years, support raising the legal age of purchasing cigarettes\/tobacco to 21.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/academic.oup.com\/ntr\/article-abstract\/doi\/10.1093\/ntr\/ntaa119\/5866064?redirectedFrom=fulltext",
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        "494553": {
            "id": 494553,
            "headlineText": "Borgata president one of few Black women to run a US casino",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T21:45:13+00:00",
            "summary": "\"The biggest challenge is opening under this environment,\" she said in an interview in the virtually empty casino this week. Johnson spoke just 30 minutes before New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy did an about-face and canceled indoor dining, while banning smoking and the consumption of all beverages - alcohol included - on casino floors. That prompted Borgata's parent company, MGM Resorts International, to drop its plan to reopen this week, the only one of Atlantic City's nine casinos to do so. MGM said it could not offer guests the kind of experience they have become accustomed to",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/wires\/ap\/article-8479773\/Borgata-president-one-Black-women-run-US-casino.html",
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        "494552": {
            "id": 494552,
            "headlineText": "Christopher Nolan Disputes Chair Ban, Only Bans Phones and Cigarettes",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T21:29:15+00:00",
            "summary": "\u201cFor the record, the only things banned from [Christopher Nolan\u2019s] sets are cell phones (not always successfully) and smoking (very successfully),\u201d Nolan\u2019s spokesperson Kelly Bush Novak of ID said in a statement.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.indiewire.com\/2020\/06\/christopher-nolan-disputes-chair-ban-phones-cigarettes-1234570631\/",
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        "494550": {
            "id": 494550,
            "headlineText": "Kemp Signs Georgia's $25.9 Billion Budget",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T16:17:28+00:00",
            "summary": "Kemp also allowed lawmakers to spend $250 million out of the state\u2019s savings account and increased projected tobacco tax revenue by $50 million. That and an improving economic outlook led to smaller reductions.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.usnews.com\/news\/best-states\/georgia\/articles\/2020-06-30\/kemp-signs-georgias-259-billion-budget",
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            "id": 494548,
            "headlineText": "E-cigarette groups lose latest appeal to slow down FDA approval",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T16:11:00+00:00",
            "summary": "A federal appeals court on Tuesday declined to reconsider its dismissal of an appeal by vaping industry groups of a ruling requiring the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to speed up when e-cigarettes and cigars must be submitted for agency review.\r\n\r\nThe full 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied a petition to rehear the case after a three-judge panel in May ruled the FDA\u2019s independent decision in January to issue a new enforcement timetable for e-cigarettes mooted the appeal.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.reuters.com\/article\/health-vaping\/e-cigarette-groups-lose-latest-appeal-to-slow-down-fda-approval-idUSL1N2E71YK",
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        "494547": {
            "id": 494547,
            "headlineText": "Calif. OKs $202B Budget With Tax Hikes For Virus Deficit [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T16:09:37+00:00",
            "summary": "The budget as enacted omits Newsom's proposed tax on vaping, at $2 per 40 milligrams of nicotine in the product, which was estimated to raise about $33 million in 2020-21. Newsom's budget summary says his administration will continue to work with the Legislature on that proposal.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.law360.com\/articles\/1288127\/calif-oks-202b-budget-with-tax-hikes-for-virus-deficit",
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            "id": 494546,
            "headlineText": "Countering tobacco industry tactics on the economic costs of restricting menthol tobacco",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:45:34+00:00",
            "summary": "Localities around the country have begun to restrict the sale of menthol tobacco products, which are easier to start, disproportionately used by young people and are more difficult to quit.1 In 2017, Minneapolis and Saint Paul City Councils overcame significant opposition by the tobacco industry to restrict the sale of menthol tobacco to adult-only tobacco and liquor stores.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2020\/06\/30\/tobaccocontrol-2020-055737",
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            "id": 494545,
            "headlineText": "Consumers Say Vaping Claims Aren't Barred In Juul MDL ($$)",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:43:21+00:00",
            "summary": "Consumers in the federal multidistrict litigation over vaping told a California judge on Monday that federal law does not broadly bar their claims\u00a0that\u00a0Juul Labs Inc. and Altria Group Inc.\u00a0hid the dangers of e-cigarettes in their marketing, saying that was not what Congress intended.The consumers said that when Congress gave the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authority over tobacco products in the Tobacco Control Act, it was well aware of the potential for private litigation under state law, given that the long-time fraud of the tobacco industry was exposed in courtrooms through suits brought by private and state plaintiffs.",
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            "id": 494544,
            "headlineText": "MPs Must Amend Bill After Compelling Study On Vape Flavours",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:40:11+00:00",
            "summary": "A\r\nmassive international study involving nearly 18,000\r\nparticipants has revealed flavoured vapes are over two times\r\nmore effective at helping adults to quit smoking than\r\ntobacco flavour alone. Further, flavoured vapes don\u2019t lead\r\nto more young people smoking.The study comes as New\r\nZealand\u2019s bill to regulate vaping sits on Parliament\u2019s\r\nOrder Paper waiting to progress.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.scoop.co.nz\/stories\/PO2006\/S00335\/mps-must-amend-bill-after-compelling-study-on-vape-flavours.htm",
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            "id": 494543,
            "headlineText": "AUDIO: Vaping ban delayed after community outrage",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-28T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:35:09+00:00",
            "summary": "Health Minister Greg Hunt has delayed plans to ban the importation of liquid nicotine.\r\n\r\nThe ban was scheduled to begin on July 1 but will now be delayed for six months while the regulator conducts a formal review.\r\n\r\nIt comes after 28 Coalition MPs started a push against the restrictions.\r\n\r\nAustralian Tobacco Harm Reduction Association Director Dr Colin Mendelsohn told Ben Fordham it is a welcome delay.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.2gb.com\/vaping-ban-delayed-after-community-outrage\/",
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            "id": 494542,
            "headlineText": "Effectiveness of a Quit Vaping Text Message Program in Promoting Abstinence Among Young Adult E-Cigarette Users: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-05-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:33:27+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions: The scientific, clinical, and public health communities are desperate for cessation resources to address vaping among young people. This study is the first-ever comparative effectiveness trial of an intervention to help young people quit vaping. It focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of a theory-grounded, empirically informed text message intervention among young adults. T",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov\/32356774\/",
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            "id": 494540,
            "headlineText": "Study Looking at the Effectiveness of a Quit Vaping Text Message Program",
            "subhead": "This is Quitting is a free mobile program from Truth Initiative designed to help young people quit vaping via text messaging. The current study aims to determine the program's effectiveness.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:27:58+00:00",
            "summary": "This is Quitting is a free mobile program from Truth Initiative designed to help young people quit vaping via text messaging. The current study aims to determine the program's effectiveness.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.vapingpost.com\/2020\/06\/30\/study-looking-at-the-effectiveness-of-a-quit-vaping-text-message-program\/",
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            "id": 494539,
            "headlineText": "McGRADY: The Potential and Pitfalls of Providing Vapes to Incarcerated People",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:26:06+00:00",
            "summary": "The author has previously been supported by a scholarship from Knowledge-Action-Change. The Influence Foundation, which operates Filter, has also received scholarships from KAC to support tobacco harm reduction reporting. . . .\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cAfter much research, I determined that there was not an alternative nicotine product that was safe to be utilized in a correctional setting, so I began the process of developing my own,\u201d said Moseley, who managed a jail in Laurel County, Kentucky, back in 2012. To meet safety regulations, Crossbar developed a product with a soft plastic casing and a low-voltage, non-rechargeable battery.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/filtermag.org\/vaping-prisons-jails\/",
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        "494538": {
            "id": 494538,
            "headlineText": "Vaping during the COVID-19 lockdown period in Belgium - Article (Preprint v1) [FREE FULL TEXT]",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:23:39+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusion: The majority of vapers succeeded in maintaining their vaping behavior as usual, highly likely due to (illegally) buying consumables online. Nevertheless, for a minority the lockdown period resulted in unintended consequences and these vapers relapsed (completely) to smoking. Even during periods of lockdown, smokers and vapers should be able to purchase low(er)-risk alternatives to smoking, for example e-cigarettes.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.qeios.com\/read\/SBVQ47",
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            "id": 494537,
            "headlineText": "Philip Morris says cigarettes may start disappearing in a decade",
            "subhead": "While the company insists its smoking alternatives are less harmful than cigarettes, some health groups have expressed concern that heat-not-burn products expose consumers to other toxins and argue long-term effects are not yet known.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:20:31+00:00",
            "summary": "\"I am convinced it is possible to completely end cigarette sales in many countries within 10 to 15 years,\" chief executive Andre Calantzopoulos said in a sustainability report published on Tuesday. He said the help of regulators is needed to make that possible.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.smh.com.au\/business\/companies\/philip-morris-says-cigarettes-may-start-disappearing-in-a-decade-20200701-p557tm.html",
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            "id": 494536,
            "headlineText": "CBD Oil for COPD: How to Use This Cannabinoid Oil & Dosage",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T15:15:01+00:00",
            "summary": "we discuss the current state of scientific research on the link between CBD and COPD.\r\nBefore that, I\u2019d like you to take a look at my recommendations for the best CBD oil brands as of right now.\r\nThen we\u2019ll dig deeper into potential benefits of CBD oil for COPD.",
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            "id": 494535,
            "headlineText": "Hawaii Attorney General files lawsuit against electronic-cigarette manufacturers",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:49:03+00:00",
            "summary": "On Monday Attorney General Clare E. Connors filed a lawsuit against electronic-cigarette manufacturers JUUL Labs, Inc. (better known simply as JUUL) and Altria Group, Inc. (the parent company of Philip Morris and JUUL\u2019s largest shareholder), as well",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.kitv.com\/story\/42312987\/hawaii-attorney-general-files-lawsuit-against-electroniccigarette-manufacturers",
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        "494534": {
            "id": 494534,
            "headlineText": "Initial Retail Market Testing of Taat Hemp Cigarettes Yields Excellent User Feedback and Reorders from Over 75% of Retailers",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:24:34+00:00",
            "summary": "The Company recently concluded its first phase of retail market testing of Taat hemp cigarettes, in which \u201ctest\u201d versions of the product were sold in over 50 retail stores in NV and CA.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/markets.businessinsider.com\/news\/stocks\/initial-retail-market-testing-of-taat-hemp-cigarettes-yields-excellent-user-feedback-and-reorders-from-over-75-of-retailers-1029349396",
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            "id": 494531,
            "headlineText": "Vaping-Related Lung Injuries Still Happening -- And May Look Like COVID-19",
            "subhead": "Reports of serious, even deadly, vaping-linked lung injuries dominated the headlines late last year, then COVID-19 took over the news.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:19:04+00:00",
            "summary": "\"Teens didn't stop vaping because of COVID,\" said Dr. Jamie Garfield, a pulmonary care doctor in Philadelphia and volunteer spokeswoman for the American Lung Association. But doctors may not be looking for EVALI much anymore, she said. Garfield was not involved with the new study. \"When the prevalence of any disease is really high, everything that quacks like a duck is a duck, and in March and April, everything that sort of looked like COVID was COVID.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/consumer.healthday.com\/cancer-information-5\/electronic-cigarettes-970\/vaping-related-lung-injuries-still-happening-and-may-look-like-covid-19-759072.html",
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            "id": 494529,
            "headlineText": "Tobacco coupons, multi-pack discounts ending July 1 in New York",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-07-01T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:14:53+00:00",
            "summary": "Discounts on the sale of all tobacco products, such as coupons and multi-pack price promotions, will no longer be allowed in New York beginning July 1.\r\n\r\nThe change comes as part of New York state\u2019s fiscal year 2021 budget as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo\u2019s \u201cComprehensive Tobacco Control Policy.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.rochesterfirst.com\/news\/state-news\/tobacco-coupons-multi-pack-discounts-ending-july-1-in-new-york\/",
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            "id": 494528,
            "headlineText": "Why over 50s should quit smoking to reduce the most severe symptoms of Covid-19",
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            "sourceDate": "2010-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:13:34+00:00",
            "summary": "The North East\u2019s over 50s were today urged to pack in smoking now after new figures highlighted major age differences in quitting.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.northumberlandgazette.co.uk\/health\/why-over-50s-should-quit-smoking-reduce-most-severe-symptoms-covid-19-2899298",
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            "id": 494527,
            "headlineText": "COVID-19 drives \u2018astonishing\u2019 quit rate among young smokers: Experts ask if trend will survive loosening lockdown",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-23T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:12:38+00:00",
            "summary": "Smokers under 30 are more than twice as likely to have stopped smoking because of COVID-19 than those over 50, new research published today shows.[1] This bucks usual trends, which see smokers of all ages quit at similar rates,[2] and is despite older smokers being more likely to have health conditions which place them at risk from COVID-19, such as COPD and diabetes. . . \r\n\u201cThe difference in rates of quitting between age groups is quite astonishing. Older smokers do not seem to have responded to the coronavirus pandemic in same way as younger smokers. However, we know younger smokers tend to struggle more with relapse and those who feel they might go back to smoking should look for support to stay quit.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/ash.org.uk\/media-and-news\/press-releases-media-and-news\/covidyoungsmokers\/",
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        "494526": {
            "id": 494526,
            "headlineText": "Trading in cigarettes could lead to criminal record, says minister",
            "subhead": "While illegal, a record for such a minor infraction could lead to thousands of South Africans having their future job prospects scuppered",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:11:10+00:00",
            "summary": null,
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.businesslive.co.za\/bd\/national\/2020-06-30-trading-in-cigarettes-could-lead-to-criminal-record-says-minister\/",
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        "494525": {
            "id": 494525,
            "headlineText": "Smoking: Coronavirus:Written question - HL5522",
            "subhead": "To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to launch a campaign to address nicotine addiction to deliver a better outcome for COVID-19 patients.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-10T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:09:55+00:00",
            "summary": "AAnswered by: Lord BethellAnswered on: 30 June 2020\r\nPublic Health England (PHE) has updated online channels such as Smokefree and One You, to make them consistent with the wider COVID-19 advice on quitting smoking. Specific guidance for smokers and vapers has been published online at Smokefree.\r\n\r\nPHE supports smokers with a range of free quitting tools, including a Personal Quit Plan, the Smokefree app, a Smokefree Quit Smoking Support Group on Facebook, and a 28-day email and SMS programme.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.parliament.uk\/business\/publications\/written-questions-answers-statements\/written-question\/Lords\/2020-06-10\/HL5522\/",
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        "494524": {
            "id": 494524,
            "headlineText": "Philip Morris Says Cigarettes May Start Disappearing in a Decade",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T14:08:20+00:00",
            "summary": "Philip Morris International Inc. signaled that cigarettes may start becoming obsolete within a decade in some markets as smokers switch to alternative products for nicotine. \r\n\r\n\u201cI am convinced it is possible to completely end cigarette sales in many countries within 10 to 15 years,\u201d Chief Executive Officer Andre Calantzopoulos said in a sustainability report published Tuesday. He said the help of regulators is needed to make that possible.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.bloombergquint.com\/business\/philip-morris-says-cigarettes-may-start-disappearing-in-a-decade",
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        "494523": {
            "id": 494523,
            "headlineText": "Hawaii Sues E-Cig Giants Juul And Altria",
            "subhead": "The complaint alleges that JUUL, Altria, and their leaders engaged in unfair and deceptive practices.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-07-01T00:08:05+00:00",
            "summary": "saying the companies used misleading marketing to entice young customers. \u201cIn marketing their e-cigarettes to Hawaii\u2019s children, these companies ripped pages directly out of the tobacco-company playbook and resurrected Joe Camel for a \u2026",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.civilbeat.org\/beat\/hawaii-sues-e-cig-giants-juul-and-altria\/",
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        "494522": {
            "id": 494522,
            "headlineText": "'What are you waiting for?' A message to over 50s who are refusing to quit smoking in the lockdown",
            "subhead": "The North East\u2019s over 50s were today urged to pack in smoking now after new figures highlighted major age differences in quitting.",
            "sourceDate": "2010-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T23:03:58+00:00",
            "summary": "Dr Ruth Sharrock reacted to new figures which show smokers under 30 are more than twice as likely to have stopped smoking because of COVID-19 than those over 50.\r\n\r\nThis is despite older smokers being more likely to have health conditions which place them at risk from COVID-19, such as COPD and diabetes.\r\n\r\nTwo groups \u2013 the Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and University College London (UCL) \u2013 analysed 1370 smokers and recent ex-smokers as part of the YouGov COVID-19 Tracker.",
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            "headlineText": "San Manuel Casino prohibits indoor smoking, limits alcohol service",
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            "summary": "San Manuel Casino announced that it was temporarily prohibiting smoking indoors and limiting alcohol service only to people playing at slots and table games.\r\n\r\nThe changes, announced Monday, June 29, went into effect at the Highland-area complex at 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 30, in an effort to support face covering mandates and minimize opportunities for multiple person gatherings at bars during the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement put out by the casino.",
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            "headlineText": "VIDEO: Smoking Cessation: Past, Present, and Future",
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            "summary": "Public Health Grand Rounds will present key findings on the recently released US Surgeon General\u2019s report on Smoking Cessation. Smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. Although the percentage of adults who smoke is at an all-time low in the US, 34 million adults still smoke and therefore continue to be at risk of developing smoking-related diseases.\r\n\r\nThe 2020 Surgeon General\u2019s report is the first to focus solely on smoking cessation since 1990.",
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            "summary": "Special note: The surgeon general of the United States, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, will introduce this special Grand Rounds via Zoom.\r\n\r\nPublic Health Grand Rounds will present key findings on the recently released US Surgeon General\u2019s report on Smoking Cessation. Smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. Although the percentage of adults who smoke is at an all-time low in the US, 34 million adults still smoke and therefore continue to be at risk of developing smoking-related diseases.",
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            "headlineText": "Researchers Uncover Links Between COVID-19 And Smoking, Vaping",
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            "summary": "Irfan Rahman, who runs a lab at URMC that studies the effects of tobacco products on the lungs, said people who smoke and vape often have elevated levels of receptors for an enzyme called ACE2.",
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            "headlineText": "URMC research uncovers links between COVID-19 and vaping, smoking",
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            "summary": ". Irfan Rahman, a researcher at the University of Rochester Medical Center, says his studies show people who smoke or vape nicotine have elevated levels of the receptors that allow the novel coronavirus to gain entry to the lungs.",
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            "headlineText": "Estimation of lifetime cumulative mortality risk of lung cancer by smoking status in Japan",
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            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T22:49:12+00:00",
            "summary": "The main objective of this study was to estimate the cumulative mortality risk for lung cancer according to smoking status and exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) in Japan. We applied a life-table method to estimate the cumulative risk. Estimated lifetime cumulative risk for 20-year-old non-smokers, former, and current smokers was 3.2%, 7.6%, and 14.9% for men and 1.9%, 5.6%, and 7.2% for women, respectively. For males, the estimated risk was 3.2% for non-smokers not exposed to SHS and 4.1% for non-smokers exposed to SHS. For females, the estimated risk was 1.9% for non-smokers not exposed to SHS and 2.4% for non-smokers exposed to SHS. Lifetime cumulative mortality risk differed greatly according to smoking status. Moreover, SHS exposure resulted in observable differences in lifetime mortality risk.",
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            "headlineText": "Community celebrating 10 years of Smoke Free Wisconsin Law",
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            "summary": "Wisconsin\u2019s Smoke Free law went into effect on July 5, 2010, and the La Crosse Area Health Initiative is commemorating the landmark 10th anniversary with baked goods and brochures.",
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            "headlineText": "Wisconsin has been 'smoke-free' for 10 years",
            "subhead": "July 5 marks 10 years that Wisconsin has been Smoke-Free in all indoor public places. This is a significant milestone for the health of all Wisconsinites.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T22:45:50+00:00",
            "summary": "If you would like to join in local tobacco prevention and control efforts, please contact Mary Boe of Western Wisconsin Working for Tobacco-Free Living at mary.boe@co.polk.wi.us.",
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            "headlineText": "National JUUL Litigation Team Files Suits on Behalf of the Oroville Union High School District and Atwater Elementary School District Against JUUL Labs, Inc. for Disrupting District-Wide Education",
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            "summary": "The National JUUL Litigation team has filed suits on behalf of the Oroville Union High School District and Atwater Elementary School District against JUUL Labs Inc. for its role in creating an e-cigarette epidemic and resurgence in youth nicotine addiction that impedes the learning environments in schools across the country.\r\n\r\nThe Oroville Union High School District and Atwater Elementary School District join over 100 school districts that have already filed lawsuits to take a stand against JUUL\u2019s promotion of dangerous and addictive products. These districts represent over 5 million students who are affected by the vaping health crisis.",
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            "headlineText": "DONEN: Rule of law in South Africa should not be arbitrary",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T22:36:31+00:00",
            "summary": "Minister of Co-operative-Government Dlamini Zuma was charged by the act to make regulations to limit escalation of the pandemic and to minimise the effects of infection.\r\n\r\nShe purported to act accordingly when the sale of cigarettes was banned. Then came her legendary explanation that those who \u201czol\u201d (smoke dagga cigarettes) use tobacco.\r\n\r\nThey share their \u201czol\u201d and put saliva on it. Millions of cigarette smokers who do not \u201czol\u201d were not connected to this justification. Nor was the sale of cigarettes to them. In any event, if Dlamini Zuma ever proves that smoking causes infection or spread of Covid-19, it is smoking which will need to be banned.\r\nThe ban on selling cigarettes has not prevented smokers from pursuing their habit.\r\n\r\nPublic respect has been undermined by such irrational government regulation.",
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            "headlineText": "BREAKING: NDZ granted leave to appeal judgement against lockdown regulations",
            "subhead": "Judge Norman Davis has granted Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma leave to appeal his ruling",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
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            "summary": "He did find, however, that a handful of regulations \u2013 including those relating to education, prohibitions against evictions and the closures of night clubs and fitness centres \u2013 \u201call appear to be rationally connected to the stated objectives\u201d.\r\n\r\nThose regulations were unaffected by his declaration, as were the regulations around the ban on tobacco sales because those were at the time the subject of two separate court challenges. The first, launched by the Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association, was dismissed last week. The second, in which British American Tobacco South Africa is the applicant, is expected to be heard in August.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/citizen.co.za\/news\/south-africa\/breaking-news\/2312073\/breaking-ndz-granted-leave-to-appeal-judgement-against-lockdown-regulations\/",
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            "headlineText": "JOHNSON VIDEO REVEALED \u2014 IN THE BRIEFING ROOM \u2014 PRITZKER'S NEW AD",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
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            "summary": ": Ald. Matt O\u2019Shea (19th) is introducing an ordinance this week to prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products in Chicago. . . . There\u2019s opposition to O\u2019Shea\u2019s proposal. Josh Sharp, CEO, Illinois Petroleum Marketers Association\/Illinois Association of Convenience Stores says Chicago already prohibits flavored tobacco products from being sold within 500 feet of high schools. \u201cIf the law is changed to now prohibit adults from buying the product, adults will just purchase the product in the nearest suburb, or they will buy in bulk in Indiana where the cost of the products is significantly less,\u201d he said in a statement to Playbook. He said banning the product from adults would prevent the city from collecting more than $21 million in sales tax.",
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            "headlineText": "LETTERS: Because Black lives matter, ban flavored tobacco sales in Chicago",
            "subhead": "The Chicago City Council, writes two readers, is considering an ordinance to ban the sale of products like chocolate cigarillos and strawberry blast e-cigarettes that attract youth more than traditional tobacco flavor.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-26T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T22:31:18+00:00",
            "summary": "Big Tobacco has targeted African Americans with flavored tobacco for five decades.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/chicago.suntimes.com\/2020\/6\/26\/21303681\/flavored-tobacco-chicago-sales-ban-black-lives-matter",
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            "headlineText": "IL Convenience Stores: Don't Ban Flavored Tobacco in Chicago",
            "subhead": "The Illinois Petroleum Marketers Association-IL Association of Convenience Stores outlines its concerns about the proposed ordinance.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T22:30:19+00:00",
            "summary": "The Illinois Petroleum Marketers Association-Illinois Association of Convenience Stores successfully fought off a proposed ban on vapes, snuf and menthol last fall at the Illinois Statehouse. Now that the idea has reached City Council, the group is preparing to fight back.\r\n\r\nAhead of a planned initial hearing on the issue Monday, the IPMA-IACS is outlining its concerns in this statement from Josh Sharp, CEO:",
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            "headlineText": "New laws going into effect for Indiana on July 1",
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            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T19:07:23+00:00",
            "summary": "Increase in smoking and vaping age\r\nSenate Bill 1 brings Indiana in line with a federal law that bans people under 21 from buying or possessing tobacco, e-cigarettes or e-liquids.\r\n\r\nThe bill makes selling products to underage customers a Class C infraction punishable by a $400 fine, double the original penalty of $200. Additional violations of the law will lead to larger fines.",
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            "headlineText": "Kansas Celebrates 10 Years of Clean Indoor Air Act",
            "subhead": "The Clean Indoor Air Act, which went into effect on July 1, 2010, prohibits smoking in most indoor locations in Kansas",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
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            "summary": "Tomorrow, July 1, marks the 10-year anniversary of the Clean Indoor Air Act, a comprehensive smokefree law that protects Kansas residents from secondhand smoke and improves community health.\r\n\r\n\"It's a significant accomplishment to be 10 years smokefree here in Kansas. Many states, including our neighbors Missouri and Oklahoma, don't have comprehensive smokefree laws, so many of their workers and citizens continue to be exposed to dangerous secondhand smoke every day,\" said Sara Prem, advocacy specialist for the Lung Association. \"However, there is more work that must be done to improve community health here in Kansas. We encourage lawmakers to include e-cigarettes in the law and raise the tobacco purchasing age to 21 to align with the federal law.\"",
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            "headlineText": "Australia's drug hot spots revealed through sewage samples",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T18:26:50+00:00",
            "summary": "One city on a river has Australia's highest rate of pot smoking and drinking but it's far from the only capital that's a drug hot spot, an analysis of sewage samples has revealed.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.dailymail.co.uk\/news\/article-8472969\/Australian-Criminal-Intelligence-Commission-wastewater-drug-monitoring-reveals-drug-hot-spots.html",
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            "headlineText": "No smoking, drinking or eating as Atlantic City casinos open",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T18:16:48+00:00",
            "summary": "It also tried banning smoking, too. That lasted for 20 days as smokers stayed away, sending casino revenue plummeting.\r\n\r\nBut New Jersey will ban both, again, when Atlantic City\u2019s nine casinos reopen after more than three months of coronavirus-related shutdowns.\r\n\r\nThe late-night announcements from Gov. Phil Murphy landed like a one-two punch on Atlantic City\u2019s casino industry, already reeling from lost revenue during the pandemic, and making plans to creak back to life at the state-mandated 25% of normal capacity.",
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            "headlineText": "Exploring how social media exposure and interactions are associated with ENDS and tobacco use in adolescents from the PATH study",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T18:12:35+00:00",
            "summary": "Discussion\r\nBoth exposure to and interactions with social media tobacco content had a significant impact on the patterns of ENDS and tobacco use in adolescents. Due to the amount of time adolescents spend engaging with online content, social media may be a critical place in which to intervene, possibly with the use of anti-tobacco or tobacco prevention messages.",
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            "headlineText": "Quantification of flavorants and nicotine in waterpipe tobacco and mainstream smoke and comparison to e-cigarette aerosol",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T18:10:02+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusions\r\nWhile water-filtration reduced flavor and nicotine content in waterpipe mainstream smoke, the detected flavorant concentrations were similar or higher to those previously reported in e-cigarette aerosol. Therefore, users could be drawn to waterpipes due to similar flavor appeal as popular e-cigarette products. Absolute nicotine content of waterpipe smoke was lower than in e-cigarette aerosol, but the differential use patterns of waterpipe (>100 puffs\/session) and e-cigarette (mostly < 10 puffs\/session, multiple session throughout the day) likely result in higher flavorant and nicotine exposure during a waterpipe session. Strategies to reduce youth introduction and exposure to nicotine via waterpipe use may consider similar flavor restrictions as those for e-cigarettes.",
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            "headlineText": "Ends Device Type and Initiation of Combustible Tobacco Products among Adolescents",
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            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:54:15+00:00",
            "summary": "After adjusting for sociodemographic factors, the odds of initiating combustible tobacco use subsequent to ENDS initiation were significantly lower among those who reported using Cartridges as their initial device type compared to those who reported Refillables as their initial device type [AOR=0.42(0.18-0.98), p=0.05]. In addition, after controlling for sociodemographic variables, the odds of initiating combustible tobacco use in the same wave as ENDS initiation were significantly higher among those who reported using Cartridges as their initial device type, compared to those who reported Refillables as their initial device type [AOR=2.31(1.05-5.10), p=0.04]. No significant differences were found in adjusted models when Disposables were compared to Refillables and Cartridges to Disposables.",
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            "headlineText": "Electronically Monitored Nicotine Gum Use Before and After Smoking Lapses: Relations with Lapse and Relapse",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:53:02+00:00",
            "summary": "In a smoking cessation attempt using nicotine patch plus gum, lapsers versus matched non-lapsers used less gum immediately preceding and following their first lapse. Lower mean gum use before and after lapses predicted a more rapid escalation to relapse. Decreased nicotine gum use both precedes and follows returns to smoking during cessation attempts.",
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            "id": 494496,
            "headlineText": "LETTER: The need for a policy that bans the use of cartoons in marketing e-cigarette products",
            "subhead": "This content is only available as a PDF.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:51:42+00:00",
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        "494495": {
            "id": 494495,
            "headlineText": "Ad Displays in Stores Boost Teen Vaping Rates: Canadian Study",
            "subhead": "Canadian provinces that allow retail displays promoting e-cigarettes had nearly three times the teen vaping rate, a new study found.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:46:57+00:00",
            "summary": "Canadian provinces that allow retail displays promoting e-cigarettes had nearly three times the teen vaping rate, a new study found.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/consumer.healthday.com\/cancer-information-5\/electronic-cigarettes-970\/ad-displays-in-stores-boost-teen-vaping-rates-canadian-study-758983.html",
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            "id": 494494,
            "headlineText": "Respira Technologies, Inc. announces Brian W. Quigley, former CEO of Altria Group's Smokeless Division, to join as Chief Operating Officer",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:22:23+00:00",
            "summary": "Quigley to oversee launch of Respira's innovative smoking harm reduction and cessation products targeted at the world's one billion smokers",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.prnewswire.com\/news-releases\/respira-technologies-inc-announces-brian-w-quigley-former-ceo-of-altria-groups-smokeless-division-to-join-as-chief-operating-officer-301085798.html",
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            "id": 494492,
            "headlineText": "Analysis of FDA\u2019s IQOS marketing authorisation and its policy impacts",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:19:29+00:00",
            "summary": "Conclusion FDA\u2019s decision allowing IQOS to be marketed in the USA disregarded valid scientific evidence and misapplied the public health standard mandated by law. This decision may have important health impacts, influence marketing IQOS outside the USA and erode public confidence in FDA\u2019s future PMTA decisions.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobaccocontrol.bmj.com\/content\/early\/2020\/06\/29\/tobaccocontrol-2019-055585",
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            "id": 494491,
            "headlineText": "@FDAtobacco authorized sales of Philip Morris' IQOS despite scientific evidence of its health Risks",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:18:03+00:00",
            "summary": "Lauren Lempert and I just published \u201cAnalysis of FDA\u2019s IQOS marketing authorisation and its policy impacts\u201d in Tobacco Control . . . \r\nOur analysis of FDA\u2019s April 2019 marketing order granting Philip Morris authorization to market its IQOS heated tobacco product raises alarms about how FDA might reach decisions on hundreds of premarket tobacco product applications (PMTAs) for e-cigarettes and other new tobacco products that must be submitted to FDA September 9 to keep these products on the market.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/tobacco.ucsf.edu\/fdatobacco-authorized-sales-philip-morris-iqos-despite-scientific-evidence-its-health-risks",
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            "id": 494490,
            "headlineText": "5th Circuit: \u00a0Congress Didn\u2019t Violate Constitution By Delegating Tobacco Regulation ($$)",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:15:47+00:00",
            "summary": "NEW ORLEANS \u2014 The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on June 25 affirmed a district court\u2019s dismissal of a challenge to tobacco regulations brought by a vaping manufacturer and e-cigarette industry association after finding that the nondelegation principle in Article I of the U.S. Constitution was not violated by Congress\u2019 authorization of the secretary of Health and Human Services to determine what tobacco products should be subject to regulation (Big Time Vapes, Inc., et al. v. Food and Drug Administration, et al., No. 19-60921, 5th Cir., 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 19885).",
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            "id": 494489,
            "headlineText": "More fines, taxes and restrictions: Spanish Government prepares new tobacco law",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-28T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:13:51+00:00",
            "summary": "The Health Department wants to raise the tax in order to reduce consumption. Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, wants to increase taxation and bring taxes for different types of tobacco on an equal footing. For example, cigarettes are currently more heavily taxed than roll-your-own tobacco.\r\nThe habit currently generates \u20ac9 billion in tobacco taxes each year, and the price increases will be made without notice, to avoid bulk-buying in advance.\r\nThe Health Department also intends to extend smoke-free areas and smoking could be banned in private cars, especially if there are children onboard.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.euroweeklynews.com\/2020\/06\/28\/more-fines-taxes-and-restrictions-spanish-government-prepares-new-tobacco-law\/#.XvtGr5NKjG9",
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            "id": 494488,
            "headlineText": "Vapers stunned over proposal to ban flavors in The Netherlands",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:12:40+00:00",
            "summary": "Flavors in e-cigarette liquids are a critical part of the success formula for quitting smokers. This is the opinion of Acvoda, the consumer organisation for e-cigarette users. All members of Acvoda have successfully quit smoking with the help of electronic cigarettes, in which flavors have played an important role. \u201cIt is unbelievable that there is no regard for that, while the State Secretary wants to reach a smoke-free generation.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "http:\/\/acvoda.nl\/2020\/06\/29\/vapers-stunned-over-proposal-to-ban-flavors-in-the-netherlands\/",
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        "494487": {
            "id": 494487,
            "headlineText": "Webinar - Novel Nicotine Products: It's not all about vaping",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-28T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:11:13+00:00",
            "summary": "The public is generally acutely aware of e-cigarettes and the principle of tobacco harm reduction is increasingly being recognised. Many, however, will not realise that there are many more safer nicotine products than just vaping. Snus is currently banned in the EU apart from Sweden",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=Zv1S1IOZgZY&feature=youtu.be",
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            "id": 494486,
            "headlineText": "English Vape Shop Staff Call",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:09:57+00:00",
            "summary": "A research project at the University of East Anglia is seeking to understand how the services provided by vape shops have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Planet of the Vapes has been asked to help spread the message to vape store employees, asking for them to take part and share information.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.planetofthevapes.co.uk\/news\/health-studies\/2020-06-29_english-vape-shop-staff-call.html",
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        "494485": {
            "id": 494485,
            "headlineText": "VIDEO: KOSTERICH: Australia needs a safe and regulated e-cigarette market",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-26T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:09:05+00:00",
            "summary": "The government should work towards creating a safe and regulated market for vaping in Australia, General Practitioner Dr Joe Kosterich says. \r\n\r\nIt is currently illegal to sell e-cigarettes which contain nicotine\r\n\r\nIt is currently illegal to sell e-cigarettes which contain nicotine and an attempt by Health Minister Greg Hunt to introduce a ban on imported liquid nicotine for vaping has been delayed for six months after 28 Coalition backbenchers signed a letter condemning the decision. \r\n\r\nMr Kosterich said the original decision would have condemned approximately 300,000 Australians who had quit smoking by vaping, back into smoking\u201d.\r\n\r\nHe said Australia needed to follow New Zealand and a number of European nations in making vaping an accessible alternative to smoking given it does not contain the dangerous carcinogenic substances found in cigarettes.\r\n\r\nImage: AP",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.skynews.com.au\/details\/_6167464290001",
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        "494484": {
            "id": 494484,
            "headlineText": "CARUANA: Comparing the Carcinogenicity of Heated Tobacco Products Vs Cigarettes",
            "subhead": "A study comparing the amount of carcinogens between regular cigarettes and heated tobacco products, found that the latter contain about 10- to 25-fold lower carcinogens than cigarettes.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-26T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:07:28+00:00",
            "summary": "Titled, \u201cMethod for Comparing the Impact on Carcinogenicity of Tobacco Products: A Case Study on Heated Tobacco Versus Cigarettes,\u201d the study looked at eight carcinogens which are known to occur in the emissions of both heated tobacco products (HTPs) and tobacco smoke.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.vapingpost.com\/2020\/06\/26\/comparing-the-carcinogenicity-of-heated-tobacco-products-vs-cigarettes\/",
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        "494483": {
            "id": 494483,
            "headlineText": "EDITORIAL: Juul wants to hook kids on nicotine. This California leader just complicated that plan",
            "subhead": "Addicting children is an ugly business. If not for Gray\u2019s machinations, California would have addressed this issue years ago. Asm. Cooley did the right thing to protect California\u2019s kids by sending SB 793 to the Health Committee instead of the Juul Commi",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T14:02:30+00:00",
            "summary": "SB 793 will now go to the Assembly Health Committee chaired by Jim Wood, an opponent of Big Tobacco. That\u2019s great news for California\u2019s kids. If Cooley had assigned it to Asm. Gray\u2019s Governmental Organization committee, SB 793 would have been dead on arrival. . . . \r\nJust as Juul specializes in addicting kids, Gray specializes in killing legislation unfriendly to Big Tobacco. The Democrat is so beholden to the tobacco lobby that he should wear a warning label on his back: \u201cThis legislator may be harmful to your child\u2019s health.\u201d . . . \r\nGray\u2019s ties to Juul go beyond money. Kenton Stanhope, who played a key staff role on Gray\u2019s committee, now does government affairs for Juul. Taylor Giroux, Gray\u2019s chief of staff, is the daughter of a longtime tobacco lobbyist who counts Altria as a client.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.sacbee.com\/opinion\/editorials\/article243859972.html",
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        "494482": {
            "id": 494482,
            "headlineText": "New driver safety and tobacco use laws go into effect July 1. Here's what you need to know.",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:54:58+00:00",
            "summary": "e-cigarette and tobacco stores will have to pay greater fines for selling to underage customers starting July 1.\r\n\r\nThe Indiana General Assembly, which met from January to March, passed numerous laws that go into effect at the start of next month.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/eu.indystar.com\/story\/news\/2020\/06\/30\/new-indiana-laws-cell-phones-tobacco-vaping-panhandling-and-more\/3257051001\/",
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        "494481": {
            "id": 494481,
            "headlineText": "MCSD joins lawsuit against Juul",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2010-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:54:05+00:00",
            "summary": "Montrose County School District has joined 80 other districts across the nation in a lawsuit against e-cigarette company Juul.\r\nThe district says they want the company\u2019s products away from their students.\r\n\r\n\u201cWhen you look at the area of Colorado that Montrose County School district is in, we are number one in teen vaping,\u201d said Superintendent Stephen Schiell. \u201cSomebody is taking advantage of our students, and that\u2019s Juul.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.kjct8.com\/content\/news\/MCSD-joins-lawsuit-against-Juul-571556881.html",
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        "494480": {
            "id": 494480,
            "headlineText": "Smuggled Cigarettes Make Up 22% of Greece\u2019s Tobacco Consumption",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:52:23+00:00",
            "summary": "Unable to stop or substantially slow the sale of contraband cigarettes - sometimes sold openly on the streets of Greece\u2019s capital - the products now account for 22 percent of tobacco use in the country, some 3 billion sold annually.\r\n\r\nThat kept Greece, which has one of the world\u2019s highest smoking rates, ranked first in the European Union for the products that no government has been able to stop despite occasional raids, such as those on three processing factories this spring.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.thenationalherald.com\/greece_economy\/arthro\/smuggled_cigarettes_make_up_22_of_greece_s_tobacco_consumption-521064\/",
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        "494479": {
            "id": 494479,
            "headlineText": "MORGAN: Why the ban on nicotine vape fluid will do more harm than good",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:51:26+00:00",
            "summary": "The rule change may be framed partly as a preventative move to protect young people from vaping. But the people most likely to be affected are those who have successfully used e-cigarettes to quit smoking.\r\n\r\nFor that reason, it\u2019s my view the new rules will do more harm than good. I would urge the government to consider regulating nicotine-containing products rather than banning them. \r\n\r\nA regulated e-cigarette fluid market should consider: limiting the maximum concentration of nicotine to 24 milligrams per ml; childproof packaging for all products, with dropper-style tops to prevent accidental exposure through spillage; and appropriate warning labels and ingredient lists.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/theconversation.com\/why-the-ban-on-nicotine-vape-fluid-will-do-more-harm-than-good-141365",
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        "494478": {
            "id": 494478,
            "headlineText": "Exclusive: WHO concerned by Big Tobacco-funded foundation\u2019s 'aggressive PR effort' during COVID-19 pandemic",
            "subhead": "The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that a \u201cfront group\u201d for the tobacco industry and its PR agencies are taking advantage of the coronavirus to fund research on tobacco users.",
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:48:36+00:00",
            "summary": "The non-profit organisation Foundation for a Smoke-Free World (FSFW), which is funded by tobacco company Philip Morris International (PMI) with an $80m annual investment, claims it operates independently and funds research into the health risks of cigarettes and alternatives that can help smokers quit or reduce their risk to combustible nicotine products.\r\n\r\nIts activities are being monitored . . . \r\n\u201cWe are seeing foundation[s] funding surveys of tobacco users or funding universities for COVID-19 related research. There is an aggressive PR effort by the foundation and its communication teams around their activities in a number of countries.\u201d",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.prweek.com\/article\/1687806\/exclusive-concerned-big-tobacco-funded-foundations-aggressive-pr-effort-during-covid-19-pandemic?email_hash=",
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        "494477": {
            "id": 494477,
            "headlineText": "Stevenage trader sentenced after supplying almost 4,500 counterfeit tobacco products",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:45:55+00:00",
            "summary": "The sentence came after he pleaded guilty at a hearing on February 19 at St Albans Magistrates' Court to fraudulent trading under the Fraud Act 2006, through his business, Mini Sam Express 16 in The Forum, Stevenage.\r\n\r\nNawroz took over the business in February 2018 and Trading Standards prosecuted him for his involvement in the supply of illicit tobacco from June 27, 2018 to July 12, 2019.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk\/news\/hertfordshire-news\/stevenage-trader-sentenced-after-supplying-4275340",
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        "494476": {
            "id": 494476,
            "headlineText": "Govt increases tobacco prices to reach 32% differential with Spain",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-26T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:44:31+00:00",
            "summary": "The Gibraltar Government yesterday published an increase in the cost of tobacco to reach the 32% differential with Spain agreed under the terms of the Gibraltar Protocol to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.\u202f\r\n\r\nThat means the price of the main brands of cigarettes in Gibraltar can be no more than 32% cheaper than the equivalent price in Spain.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.chronicle.gi\/govt-increases-tobacco-prices-to-reach-32-differential-with-spain\/",
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        "494475": {
            "id": 494475,
            "headlineText": "Latest Updates On Cigarettes Sales Ban",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:41:21+00:00",
            "summary": "The sketchy cigarette blacklist, which has segregated mainstream end since lockdown was first composed in late Walk, will remain set up after the North Gauteng High Court pardoned an application brought by the Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association (Fita) on Friday 26 June.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.operanewsapp.com\/detail\/za-en-s590db3af200629en_za-e00df0280db76c41f2d96d27c888ad25-latest-updates-on-cigarettes-sales-ban",
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            "headlineText": "Impact of COVID-19 on Global Slim Cigarette Market Developing Revenue (2020-2029) || CHINA TOBACCO, Altria Group, British American Tobacco",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-30T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:40:03+00:00",
            "summary": "The Slim Cigarette report encompasses a cautious evaluation of small and monetary science trouble that is influencing the enlargement of the market. The Slim Cigarette market has cardinal frameworks that embody market outlook, Slim Cigarette modern-day methods, institution, size, revenue and modern-day trends of Slim Cigarette market from 2020-2029",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.bccourier.com\/impact-of-covid-19-on-global-slim-cigarette-market-developing-revenue-2020-2029-china-tobacco-altria-group-british-american-tobacco\/",
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            "headlineText": "Tobacco Users Turn to CBD in Search of an Indicative Substitute",
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            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:21:19+00:00",
            "summary": "Perhaps not surprisingly, hemp and CBD products are potentially stealing market share from other markets, such as tobacco for example. According to data provided by the Brightfield Group and published by Hemp Industry Daily,\u00a0a survey of more than\u00a05,000 CBD users in the U.S. reveals that 24% have used it to help quit\u00a0smoking and quitters are often replacing cigarettes with either smokable hemp or vaping. And, 41% of quitters have entirely replaced tobacco with hemp CBD.",
            "finalUrl": "https:\/\/www.prnewswire.com\/news-releases\/tobacco-users-turn-to-cbd-in-search-of-an-indicative-substitute-301084816.html",
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            "headlineText": "Total Nicotine Volume Increases in June",
            "subhead": null,
            "sourceDate": "2020-06-29T00:00:00+00:00",
            "postedDate": "2020-06-30T13:19:24+00:00",
            "summary": "Total nicotine volume\u00a0sales for the two weeks ending June 13 increased 1.4%, indicating consumption continues to pick up, a New York analyst said.\r\n\r\nCigarette and cigar volumes saw the most growth during that time, growing 3.2% and 6.5%, respectively",
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