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Eight states have an excise tax on electronic cigarettes as of Sept. 30.
Former company president Mark Hazelwood is one of three people found guilty after months-long trial.
If signed into law, Sunday sales will begin immediately instead of in July.
The Senate's version of the bill remains in committee.
Experts weigh in on the top matters likely to impact the convenience store industry.
Commission says the $3.3-billion deal will harm competition in 76 local markets.
The President’s first year in office has been very controversial and had many highs and lows.
ICE has been told to increase its worksite enforcement by 400 percent.
NATO Industry Outlook examines market and legislative changes affecting the backbar.
Not all states are embracing Tobacco 21 efforts.
Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee met this week to discuss the company's MRTP application.
Owners and managers have three days to provide information on employees' immigration status.
FDA may request additional data as it considers Philip Morris International's applications.
The Align Public Strategies team discusses what’s at stake.
Government affairs expert warns retailers to expect state action in CEO pay.
The Align Public Strategies team weighs in on the risk vs. the reward.
The Align Public Strategies team interviews the co-founder of Restaurant Workers of America.
The Align Public Strategies team cautions all retailers and restaurant operators.
Latest guidance does not address all remaining issues, according to the convenience retailing association.
Legal buying age remains No. 1 issue in the category.
The Align Public Strategies team reveals the issues expected to impact employers most.
Investigators take in more than 1.5 million illegal cigars in 2017.
NACS notes the bottom line for many is the new corporate tax rate.
Merchants file a joint amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court.