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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Roll Your Own Shops Could Be Forced To Close

Roll Your Own Shops Could Be Forced To Close

Roll your own cigarette shops could be a thing of the past soon. A federal bill that would legally redefine such stores as cigarette manufacturers would cause roll your own cigarette stores to have to pay higher taxes, taxes that they have managed to avoid for years. Many are uncertain just what the cause of [...]

July 3, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 2

Opinion: Smoking Bans Hurt Bar and Restaurant Business

Opinion: Smoking Bans Hurt Bar and Restaurant Business

There has already been so much said on the topic of public smoking bans and the tighter restrictions that more and more states are imposing, especially on businesses such as bars and restaurants. Of all of the different problems that come about from the fact that many states have no exempt public areas. If a [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Argument Against Flavored Tobacco Products Back From the Dead

Argument Against Flavored Tobacco Products Back From the Dead

  The argument over whether or not flavored tobacco appeals to children is probably one of the most annoying arguments in the industry. Many had thought that common sense had finally caught up with the detractors, but a recent call by some people to increase the tax rate of flavored smokeless tobacco products shows that [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Tax Increases Driving Customers To Neighboring States

Tax Increases Driving Customers To Neighboring States

One of the biggest complaints about the large number of taxes that have been hurled at the tobacco industry is that the people who are passing these laws either have no understanding of how profit is turned in that business, or that they are intentionally trying to snuff the industry out altogether. One of the [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 2

Cigarette Blamed in Glenwood Brush Fire

Cigarette Blamed in Glenwood Brush Fire

Eventually people are going to have to learn that if you throw away a cigarette that isn’t fully put out, fires are going to happen. An “improperly disposed of” cigarette is being considered the culprit of a five acre brush fire in Glendwood Springs, Colorado. It only took an hour for fire fighters to contain [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Roll Your Own Tobacco Shops Defy State

Roll Your Own Tobacco Shops Defy State

A group of Roll Your Own cigarette shops in Staten Island and Brooklyn have been standing firm and defiant against a federal lawsuit that has called for them to essentially shut down the namesake of their business: roll your own cigarettes. While roll your own cigarettes are not as heavily taxed as regular cigarettes, apparently [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 2

City Considering Ban of All Public Tobacco Use

City Considering Ban of All Public Tobacco Use

It’s bad enough that smokers all across the country are having to find new places that are “acceptable” by the general public to smoke, but now it seems that smokers aren’t the only ones who have to worry about finding a new place anymore. The city of Brownsville, Texas is one of many cities all [...]

July 2, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1
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