Category Archives: cigarettes news

Philip Morris gets in the UK

Philip Morris International, the biggest Cigarette Company in the world  has attacked the UK Department, in the end with the public over whether to introduce plain packaging for tobacco products.

Caution of tobacco tax in California

Over the past few years, in favor of higher taxes on the sin of trying to appease the Idaho Legislature increased the tax on cigarettes, arguing that such growth is wildly popular among the electorate. This is a trick that the American Cancer Society tried to legislative last winter.

Cancel the tax on tobacco products in California

The great success of Big Tobacco in branding the proposed cigarette tax California’s government boondoggle sent a message that could be repeated in other states, as the tendency to vote for the opposition. After a flurry of campaign advertising, the industry managed to reduce support for a $ 1-pack tax support of cycling legend Lance Armstrong of the two-thirds vote in the March draw on Election Day.

Lower taxes, tobacco up, and road tax in the budget of Osborne

George Osborne has promised a simple tax system, far-reaching reform of the system in which millions of low wage raise of taxes in general.
Among the major announcements were the new pension system that will be easier to understand and a significant reduction in income tax.

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?

Government’s plan for graphic cigarette labels

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, weighing in on a lawsuit over graphic cigarette warning labels, said that the federal government has no legal authority to take place on the packaging or Tobacco Company advertising to convince consumers not to buy the product.

Restaurant smoke law gets tougher

RESTAURANTS will be considered entirely tobacco-free if the owners don’t separate smoking and non-smoking areas, according to a new rule to tighten smoking control in local eateries.

Orange Bowl Scraps Cigar Deal

Orange Bowl officials said that they have scrapped a planned sponsorship deal with Camacho Cigars, reported the Associated Press. Orange Bowl spokesperson Larry Wahl told the news agency that after mutual review, it was determined that it would not be appropriate to go forward with the sponsorship.

Store owner may face hurdles on “roll your own” cigarette machines

Charlie Saliby and his family, who own Guimond Farms in Fall River, are fighting a cigarette war of sorts — one that hasn’t officially started in Massachusetts but is hovering on the horizon.