Archive - May 2009

FDA Tobacco Bill takes first Senate hurdle

A bill giving the Food and Drug Administration power to partially regulate tobacco products was approved by the key U.S. Senate panel Wednesday, clearing the...

Camel ad violates tobacco’s pledge

Camel ads coupled with illustrations promoting rock music violated the tobacco industry's decade-old promise not to use cartoons to sell cigarettes to...

Mississippi increases tax on cigarettes

The cigarette tax in Mississippi will increase on 15 March after legislature has last week voted for a tax hike of USD 0.50 (EUR 0.37) a pack in a bid to raise...

Supreme Court reviews internet lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to scrutinize lawsuits by New York City that accuse discount cigarette retailers of using Internet sales to evade taxes, reports...

Small bars exempt from smoking ban

A Dutch appeals court ruled Tuesday that small bars with no staff except their owners are exempted from a national smoking ban introduced for the hospitality...

BAT to test “less toxic” cigarettes

British American Tobacco is recruiting 250 volunteers in Germany to test experimental cigarettes designed to produce less toxic smoke than conventional...

Croatia toughens anti-smoking measures

A smoking ban in all public places including restaurants, cafes and bars takes effect in Croatia, after a six-month transitory period expired today.

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