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Opinion: Santa Monica Ban Goes Too Far

Opinion: Santa Monica Ban Goes Too Far

A recent measure that has banned smoking in Santa Monica apartments and condominiums has sparked a wide range of debates over whether or not the measure is good or if it is another example of officials having too much power to regulate what people do in their own homes. Many of the smokers who have [...]

July 20, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Welfare For Cigarettes Criticism at All Time High

Welfare For Cigarettes Criticism at All Time High

There has been an argument that has raged on for some time now about whether or not people who live on welfare should use the money they are given to buy cigarettes. It is an argument that has found its way into many states in the form of them implementing bans on using welfare money [...]

July 19, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

In Drought Cigarettes Deadlier Than Ever

In Drought Cigarettes Deadlier Than Ever

We are still in the middle of one of the biggest droughts in recent memory, which has led to many law enforcement officials worrying about the potential for fires, especially ones caused by improperly disregarded cigarettes. People have lost homes, property, and even their lives in fires that were started simply because cigarettes were either [...]

July 18, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Inactivity Could Be As Harmful As Cigarettes

Inactivity Could Be As Harmful As Cigarettes

A recent article suggests that people who spend time doing nothing have almost as much risk for health problems as people who smoke cigarettes. This theory is only really surprising in its comparison to smoking. After all, not doing anything would be a source of poor health, but very few would think that it is [...]

July 17, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

When Cigarette Taxes Increase So Does Harmful Drinking

When Cigarette Taxes Increase So Does Harmful Drinking

It’s certainly no surprise that there are plenty of smokers out there who enjoy drinking when they smoke. But according to a new study more smokers turn to the bottle when they can’t afford cigarettes. Studies have shown that when cigarette tax increases occur it makes twenty something people want to drink more, perhaps to [...]

July 16, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Cigarette Display Laws Battled

Cigarette Display Laws Battled

The debate over cigarette displays in convenience and tobacco stores is one that has been raging for some time now. People against the displays essentially believe that the very sight of cigarette displays will be enough to make non smokers want to try smoking while those on the sensible side of the argument know that [...]

July 14, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Letter Suggests Banning All Cigarettes, But Here’s A Better Suggestion

Letter Suggests Banning All Cigarettes, But Here’s A Better Suggestion

A recent letter to the Baltimore Sun suggested that in order to keep apartment complexes clean and to reduce the amount of litter that comes from cigarettes Congress should simply ban all cigarette sales. The problems with doing that are far too many to actually list here, but to cut to core of the issue, [...]

July 14, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Santa Monica’s Apartment Smoking Ban Is Sparking Outrage

Santa Monica’s Apartment Smoking Ban Is Sparking Outrage

We recently reported on a new Santa Monica law which would prevent apartment tenants from smoking in their apartment. While the law does allow for current tenants who smoke to continue smoking if they declare that they smoke in their apartment, it would prevent new tenants from being able to smoke. The law has sparked [...]

July 14, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

College Smoking Bans Causing Confusion and Frustration

College Smoking Bans Causing Confusion and Frustration

When it was announced that a multitude of colleges across the country were going to begin enacting smoking bans, it frustrated many students as the smoke break is something that a lot of college students need to take out tension between classes. While the number of young people who smoke is at a record low, [...]

July 13, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Roll Your Own Shops Starting To Close

Roll Your Own Shops Starting To Close

We recently reported on a measure that has essentially doomed roll your own cigarette shops across the country. To sum it up, the measure has redefined roll your own cigarette shops not as shops, but rather cigarette manufacturers. This change of classification means that roll your own cigarette shops can expect to pay higher taxes, [...]

July 13, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0
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