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A new lawsuit asks the court to stop the agency from enforcing the May 2020 deadline for PMTAs.
Health warnings first appeared on cigarette packages in 1966 and were last updated in 1984.
The c-store retailer's proposed ballot question would lift caps on traditional off-premise sales licenses until they are eliminated in 2024.
The 2017 legal challenge involved more than 300 assistant managers at the retailer's c-stores.
A new court ruling follows a $25-million settlement reached in September over a similar issue.
According to Altria Group Inc., more than 50 percent of the U.S. population lives in states with the higher buying age.
State and local officials make moves on flavored tobacco products.
A recent Gallup poll finds that 73 percent favor raising the legal minimum age to buy tobacco products.
The $22.5-million settlement resolves a 2007 lawsuit related to Hurricane Katrina claims.
The agency will also distribute posters and educational materials to schools across the United States.
Companies have 10 months to submit PMTAs to the Food and Drug Administration.
The "Preventing Online Sale of E-Cigarettes to Children Act" seeks to ensure that the age of the purchaser is verified at time of delivery.