Washington Times columnist and editor Drew Johnson joins The Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax News managing editor Jesse Hathaway to talk about the World Health Organization’s (WHO) “Article 6,” a proposed global tax aimed at making tobacco products prohibitively expensive.
Smoking either tobacco or electronic cigarettes will be prohibited inside apartments, condominiums and townhomes in unincorporated areas of San Mateo County under a ban approved 4-1 Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
The Senate Committee on Heath last week held a public hearing on the National Tobacco Control Bill all in a bid to regulate the use of tobacco. JONATHAN NDA – ISAIAH writes on the divergent views on the proposed regulation.
Wiarton businessman Jim Turner, who faces nine charges related to smoking in his TV repair business in Wiarton last summer, testified he smokes ginseng cigarettes containing no tobacco and so he is not governed by the Smoke-Free Ontario Act under...
Smokers in Churchill Square will be butting out after councillors pushed ahead with a ban Wednesday. And one city councillor wants to go further and extinguish cigarette smoke in various public places across the city.
Members on the Pulaski School board recently approved a resolution to adopt a county wide tobacco tax initiative to fund three schools in the county. The tax would generate up to 1 million dollars for the schools.