Tag Archives: tobacco law

Tobacco Laws for youth may reduce adult smoking

States that want to reduce adult smoking rates may consider the introduction of severe restrictions on tobacco teenagers, suggests a new study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

The law on tobacco control

The Network for Consumer Protection, together with a group of politicians belonging to major political parties addressed the masses did not cast a vote for those political candidates who smoked. Nadeem Iqbal, Executive Coordinator of the Network, said Thursday that the political parties should not award tickets to smokers, as it would compromise their commitment to strengthen the public health.

Haverstraw’s tobacco law faces with costly federal suit

To avoid the risk of incurring hefty legal services to fight the suit manufacturers of tobacco products, the village is considering the withdrawal of local laws that restrict tobacco displays in shops.

Connecticut legislature passes a broad account of the budget

Connecticut lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill to finish work on two broad budget-related bills, but the special session on Tuesday was overshadowed by the controversy over Congressional Campaign Speaker of the House Chris Donovan and deposits are associated with one of the bills under consideration.

Tobacco law plan botched

An active campaign for a leading manufacturer of tobacco has seen almost two and a half years of effort to roll out the “hard” anti-tobacco situation in Bangladesh, like smoke.

Philip Morris sues Australian government over tobacco laws

Tobacco giant has launched legal action against new rule forcing cigarettes to be sold in drab plain packaging from next year.
Tobacco giant Philip Morris has launched legal action against Australian laws forcing tobacco products to be sold in drab, plain packaging from late next year.