Daily Archives: September 17, 2009

Smoking Papers On Global Warming

Climate Change: A Treasury Department analysis says a cap-and-trade law could cost American families more than $1,700 a year. No wonder administrators tried to keep the study secret.

New smoking policy may push smokers to parking lots

Smokers at Cal State Fullerton may have to start putting more consideration into where they are smoking on campus.

Stewart & Co.
are smoking hot

The results of Tony Stewart’s first year as driver and co-owner of his Sprint Cup race team might seem surprising to some. He led the points standings for most of the 26 previous races and heads into Sunday’s first race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup only 10 points behind Mark Martin.

In Canada, cigarettes have gone into hiding


Sweden wants EU ‘snus’ tobacco ban to go up in smoke

STOCKHOLM - As countries across the EU curb smoking in public, Sweden is fighting to get a European-wide ban lifted on ‘snus,’ a moist tobacco popular across Scandinavia that is sucked rather than chewed or smoked.snus tobacco

Food and Drug Administration Prevention


Indian reservation smoke shops

NEW YORK — After doing time for possession and an accidental killing, crack dealer Rodney Morrison decided he was finished with drugs. He threw himself a “retirement” party in 1993 and got into a new line of work: tax-free cigarettes.