Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tobacco award thrown out for widow of Ocala man

An appeals court on Tuesday overturned the ruling, RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company to pay $ 40.8 million penalty to the widow of man Ocala, who died of lung cancer after smoking the company’s cigarettes.

Tobacco industry rides out recession with rising share prices

The financial crisis has claimed many scalps - governments, banks, dozens of con artists - but it gave an impetus to the surprise of one of the most controversial sectors in the UK, the tobacco industry.

Tobacco Price Increase

Lift the health of its coalition welcome Senator Carl Nelson (R - 30) and Representative Mike Benson (R - 30B), for the opening of the legislation today that would raise cigarette prices by $ 1.29 per pack and increase the tax on non-cigarette tobacco products up to 95 percent of their wholesale price. It is believed that this price increase will prevent more than 35,000 children in Minnesota have become addicted adult smokers and to help more than 26,000 Minnesota adults quit smoking.

Hubei China Tobacco

In an effort to implement the proposal in the State Tobacco Monopoly Bureau for the next “two tasks” and the meeting site, Hubei Comprehensive Pilot Programs, Hubei tobacco industry of China Co, Ltd has made great strides in improving the mechanisms and focuses on the management of key links.
Develop mechanisms for consistently tolerated. “High standards, pragmatic work, and a strict system of accountability,” have been met. Center for

Former Owner of Cigarettes Cheaper Sentenced to 5 Years

CA-Ned Roscoe was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison, and his father, John Roscoe, was sentenced to five years probation with 12 months of house arrest, U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag announced. Ned and John Roscoe, former owners and employees of cigarettes for less! Who was in the midst of nearly 800 stores across the country and $ 1 billion in annual revenue?

New smoking ban

The ban on smoking in Alexandria bars began the first day of New Year, and anti-smoking crusaders have touted the health benefits, as a sufficient reason for Lafayette to become the second largest city in Louisiana to ban smoking in drinking establishments.

Policies ‘trading one vice for another’

Duplicity is rife within the bureaucratic beast that is the University of South Dakota’s policy-making.

Altria Profits Drop

The Company sees some benefits from pricing and smokeless tobacco

Current Tobacco Rules

A local university doesn’t plan on completely banning the use of tobacco on its territory - at least for now.