You still smoke cigarettes?
The Lewis Farm in Owings, Maryland, begins its tobacco harvest season.
Effective today, America’s second-largest pharmacy chain has banned tobacco sales in its stores.
Politicians are calling for “tobacco-style” health warnings on alcohol bottles and cans.
The woman sued R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., the second largest tobacco company in the U.S., for the death of her husband.
CVS, the second largest drugstore chain in the U.S., announced Wednesday that it will stop carrying tobacco products on Oct. 1, 2014.
Two industries, the same tactic: money to minority groups and politicians. Local politics at its grimmest.
California convict Earl Lee Vogt is being charged with smuggling contraband into prison, contraband his jailers believe was “keystered.” Vogt raised suspicions when he complained to guards that, “My ass is bleeding.” Here are the keystered items which may have prompted such discomfort. While this is an impressive score, Vogt still trails this woman in the hotly contest sport of cavity smuggling.
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