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Charlotte, N.C., marks the heat-not-burn product's third market.
Lawmakers take up legal buying age, flavors and tobacco taxes.
Despite suspending in-person inspections, the agency has been monitoring online sales.
The SAFE TO WORK Act would shield businesses from litigation, provided they took appropriate steps to guard against the spread of COVID-19.
This settles allegations that the companies violated an order requiring divestitures in 2018.
C-stores and other eligible businesses have access to $10 million in grants through the Fresh Food Financing Initiative COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The decision covers the device and three Marlboro Heatsticks varieties.
Tobacco taxes become a key item on lawmakers' agendas.
The retailer wants to stay focused on the impact of COVID-19, and the health and safety of its employees and customers.
The parent of Twice Daily will divest assets in two Tennessee markets to satisfy antitrust concerns.
NACS, NATSO and the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America reach out to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
NACS, NATSO and other groups jointly ask legislators not to allow charging stations at interstate rest areas.
A 75-percent excise tax on the wholesale price of nicotine vaping products also hits the category on June 1.
The c-store retailer's proposed ballot question would lift caps on traditional off-premise sales licenses until they are eliminated in 2024.