The Food and Drug Administration last week announced a proposed rule that would force tobacco companies to dramatically reduce the amount of nicotine in their cigarettes, a step the agency said could save millions of lives by the end of the century.
PCA Joins European Cigar Manufacturers Association in Commenting on the European Commission’s Legislative Framework for Tobacco Control
[Friday, June 17, 2022] Today the Premium Cigar Association submitted a comment to the European Commission in reference to its “Framework for Tobacco Control” related to the 2040 Tobacco Free agenda.
State and local governments can ban the sales of flavored tobacco, a federal appeals court has ruled, rejecting tobacco companies’ arguments in a case from Los Angeles County.
Santa Ana, Calif. has passed an ordinance to ban the sale of flavored tobacco, with the seven members of the council unanimously passing the ordinance’s second reading on Tuesday.
On Tuesday 3/15/2022, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors gave its approval to the second reading of an ordinance that will ban the sale of flavored tobacco products within the unincorporated parts of the county.