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Opinion: E Cigarettes are the Perfected Cigarette

Opinion: E Cigarettes are the Perfected Cigarette

  E cigarettes are the perfected form of the cigarette. There is simply no other way to put it. E cigarettes have become massively popular over the past couple of years for that reason. With public smoking bans and ever growing tax hikes becoming the norm these days, many smokers are simply abandoning cigarettes, but [...]

June 26, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Why E Cigarettes Are More Eco Friendly

Why E Cigarettes Are More Eco Friendly

When you get down to it, part of the reason why smokers have such bad reputations stems from the fact that they leave behind way more trash than necessary. When was the last time you walked down a sidewalk and didn’t see at least one cigarette butt on the ground? The fact is that smokers [...]

June 26, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Premium Cigar Makers Could Face Regulation

Premium Cigar Makers Could Face Regulation

In the smoking world premium cigars have been able to go relatively regulation free. However, it is looking like those days may be about to come to a screeching halt. It seems that regulation is finally going to hit the cigar industry, something that has cigar enthusiasts fuming. If regulation does hit the cigar industry, [...]

June 26, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Roll Your Own Cigarettes Beat the System

Roll Your Own Cigarettes Beat the System

It has been pretty much impossible for smokers to be able to fight off the insane number of tax hikes that have been coming their way. Whether it is the smoking bans or the tax increases, smoking has never been more difficult. But it seems now that if you want to be able to beat [...]

June 26, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Illinois Cigarette Tax Increase In Full Effect

Illinois Cigarette Tax Increase In Full Effect

In Illinois their measure to increase cigarette taxes by a full dollar, bringing their cigarette taxes to nearly two dollars now, is now in full effect. The tax in and of itself was not unexpected, but something that many have wondered is whether the motive for the increase was purely monetary or if there was [...]

June 26, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Proposition 29 Finally Defeated

Proposition 29 Finally Defeated

After much debate and speculation Proposition 29, which would have raised cigarette taxes by a whole dollar in California has finally, irrevocably, been struck down in what seemed like a neck and neck race at the polls. Proposition 29, for many smokers, was going to be the last straw if it had been passed. Smokers [...]

June 23, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 3

Anti-Smoking Ads Proving Very Effective

Anti-Smoking Ads Proving Very Effective

Anti-smoking ads have been around for close to thirty years now. While public awareness of the potential for cigarettes to cause cancer has been very high for years, it is something that has only really been tackled in the last twenty to thirty years. The youth of today no longer views cigarettes as cool or [...]

June 23, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Opinion: Smokers Finally Have Something To Hope For

Opinion: Smokers Finally Have Something To Hope For

Let’s face it: these haven’t been a very good past couple of years for smokers. With more and more states adopting public smoking bans and with the insanely high number of tax increases it seemed like smokers didn’t have a whole lot to hope for. But things have a funny way of working themselves out. [...]

June 23, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Indiana Smoking Bans Lead To Sign Confusion

Indiana Smoking Bans Lead To Sign Confusion

It was bound to happen sooner or later: Smoking bans have become downright confusing. In Indiana there has been some confusion mounted over recent public smoking bans. The confusion has come primarily due to the signs. We’ve talked about how there needs to be a redesign of the traditional no smoking design to accommodate the [...]

June 23, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Two Life Sentences For Cigarette Thief

Two Life Sentences For Cigarette Thief

It seems like some of the latest cigarette related crimes have been lifted right out of TV shows these days. 38 year old Charlie Smith was convicted by two judges on crimes that range from felony theft to kidnapping. Smith was one of three people who participated in the armed kidnapping of a truck driver [...]

June 23, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1
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