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Shreveport, Louisiana City Council Votes To Repeal Smoking Ban In Casinos
In a rare move, the Shreveport City Council voted on Tuesday to repeal the smoking ban at Shreveport casinos that had been in place since 2020.
Montana Governor Signs 35 Cent Tax Cap On Cigars Into Law
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte signed Senate Bill 122 into law on Tuesday, which calls for a 35 cent tax cap on the sale of premium cigars.
New York Health Department Testing Interest In Potential Tobacco Ban
The New York state Health Department recently commissioned a survey meant to gauge support for a potential complete tobacco ban in the Empire State.
Congressmen Press FDA For Action On Premium Cigars
Yesterday, two Congressmen submitted a formal letter to the heads of the FDA and the Center for Tobacco Products calling on the agencies to account for a lack of progress in …
The Bill That Would Have Permanently Banned Tobacco Sales In California Was Put On Hold
A legislative bill that would have effectively put an end to the sale of tobacco in the Golden State has been stalled, for now.
North Dakota Passes Bill Allowing Cigar Lounges
For the first time in more than a decade, cigar lovers in North Dakota will be able smoke in a cigar lounge again.
Idaho Passes 50 Cent Tax Cap On Cigars
Cigars in the state of Idaho will soon become cheaper thanks to a 50-cent tax cap that just became law.
New FDA Proposal Takes Aim At Tobacco Industry Manufacturing And Distribution
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced a new proposal that could add more stringent oversight to the manufacturing process of tobacco products, including premium cigars.
California Bill Would Eventually Ban Tobacco Entirely
A California assembly member has introduced a bill aimed at forever banning tobacco sales—including handmade cigars—from people born after January 1, 2007.