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The June 1 hike makes it the most expensive pack price in the country.
The agency grants another 30 days to comment on issues concerning nicotine levels, flavored tobacco, and premium cigars.
More than 68 percent of ballots cast on June 5 supported the measure.
The owner of Choke Canyon plans to appeal the federal jury's decision.
Proposed changes would have allowed refiners to receive RIN credits on exports of renewable fuels.
Sitka, Alaska, becomes the first municipality in the state to embrace Tobacco 21.
They're among 12 companies honored for pioneering change in the global legal industry.
New grandfather date is included in FY2019 Agriculture Appropriations bill.
The reusable totes are for sale at gas stations across the state.
Four manufacturers have until July 12 to respond to the agency's request.
Be prepared for stepped-up immigration enforcement.
It may be just a matter of time before the European Union's GDPR requirements come to America.
One recipient was also cited for illegally selling the product to a minor.
JUUL and Fontem Ventures support efforts to stop underage use.
U.S. District Court order requires statements to appear online and in social media campaigns.
Trade associations offer guidance to foodservice operators as they push for legislation to ease the burden of compliance.
The EPA currently bans the blend during summer over concerns that it contributes to smog on hot days.
Several senators have taken aim at JUUL Labs and youth usage.
Florida, Montana and Rhode Island among the states facing proposed tobacco bills.
The FDA and FTC teamed up in late 2017 to investigate tobacco product labeling and advertising.
The vapor company is supporting efforts to raise the legal minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21.
Retailers must make their final preparations before May 8.
Changes in Pennsylvania law and large-format stores open up the possibility of adding video gaming terminals.
Voters will decide the question of flavored tobacco on June 5.