Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tobacco Free Florida Statement On Electronic Cigarettes

Tobacco Free Florida about the issue of electronic cigarettes

R.J. Reynolds Test Markets ‘Dissolvable’ Tobacco In Denver

GOLDEN, Colo. — Health experts are sounding the alarm about some new tobacco products that are being test-marketed in Denver.

As smoking bans grow, it’s adapt or quit

When the urge struck, George Davis walked out of a Delaware City bar, pulled a Newport out of the pack, lit it and inhaled deeply.smoking

FDA seeks tobacco industry input, but some firms frustrated with process

WILLIAMSBURG —

Lawmakers debate bill to change indoor smoking ban in Nevada

Lawmakers have launched another 11th-hour debate into changing the voter-approved indoor smoking ban to allow bars and taverns to allow both smoking and food.

Michigan’s smoking ban: one year later

Just over a year ago, Michigan followed in the footsteps of 37 states when it ditched the smoggy bar atmosphere for a smoke-free environment. Since then, restaurant and bar owners and patrons have had mixed reviews on the ban and its effects on business and lifestyle.

Bill would snuff out Nevada’s smoking ban in bars

CARSON CITY — Lawmakers have introduced a surprise bill to lift the ban on smoking in bars that serve food, a move that might have generated more buzz Friday night if many taverns weren’t already breaking the law.

Snus focus of yearlong study

A University of South Carolina researcher is preparing to answer two questions with widespread implications for the tobacco industry and public-health community.

Reynolds launches campaign to push smokeless product

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is attempting to make lemonade out of the outdoor smoking ban that begins Monday in New York City.