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Philip Morris Files For FDA Approval To Market Cigarette Alternative In The US

Philip Morris International Inc. has filed an application to market its new cigarette alternative in the U.S. and seeks approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) before launch. The tobacco giant unveiled its iQOS rechargeable electronic device earlier this year and rolled it out…
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Big Tobacco Companies Set Up Shop To Sell Cigarette Alternatives And Educate Customers

With dwindling cigarette sales and the growing popularity of smoking alternatives, Big Tobacco is shifting its resources and mimicking the practices of the vape industry to boost sales of its next-generation products. Taking a page out of the vape shop book, British American Tobacco PLC…
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New Federal Legislation To Place Restrictions On Vaping In Canada

New federal legislation in Canada will regulate vapor products and place restrictions on manufacturing and advertising to enhance consumer safety and discourage vaping among young people. The legislation will place vapor products in a class separate from conventional cigarettes under Canada’s Tobacco Act, which will…
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Smoking And Vaping Banned In Parks And Public Buildings In Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana

Residents and visitors of Calcasieu Parish, which is part of Lake Charles, Louisiana, will be prohibited from vaping and smoking in parish buildings and parks following a unanimous vote by the Calcasieu Parish Police jury. The ordinance was passed on Thursday and will not affect…
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St. Louis Passes Tobacco 21 Legislation, Sale Of All Tobacco Products Prohibited To Anyone Under 21

St. Louis city lawmakers voted on legislation banning the sale of tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to anyone under 21 years of age within the city limits. The Board of Aldermen overwhelmingly passed the legislation, dubbed Tobacco 21, on Friday, which would effectively target store employees…