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FDA Increases Monetary Fees Against Tobacco Retailers

FDA Increases Monetary Penalties For Tobacco Regulation Violations

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has amended the schedule for its Civil Monetary Penalties (CMP). These monetary penalties are levied against tobacco...
Cause of Action Institute FDA

Cause of Action Files Brief in Opposition to FDA Tobacco Regulations

The mounting legal opposition to the FDA’s deeming ruling that’s impacting the tobacco industry continues to grow, this time by the non-profit Cause of...
FDA

Arizona, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas File Opposition to FDA Tobacco Regulations

Four states–Arizona, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas–filed an amicus curiae on February 21, 2017 in opposition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) FDA...
FDA Congress

Cole-Bishop Bill Reintroduced in Congress

U.S. Representatives Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) and Cole Bishop (D-Georgia) reintroduced legislation in Congress in an effort to change the FDA predicate date under the...
Cigar Rights of America, IPCPR, Cigar Association of America

Cigar Industry Lawsuit Against FDA’s Deeming Rule Moves Forward

The Cigar Association of America, the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailer Association and Cigar Rights of America filed a motion for Summary Judgement...
FDA Grandfathered Product Database

FDA Establishes Grandfathered Products Database

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created a database of grandfathered tobacco products. Products listed in this new database meet the agency’s predicate...
Ann Arbor Michigan

Michigan Attorney General Opinion: Local Age 21 Law Pre-Empted

On July 16, 2016, the Ann Arbor, Michigan City Council adopted a local ordinance raising the legal age from 18 to 21 to purchase...
FDA Sampling Guidance

FDA Issues Proposed Guidance on Sampling Ban

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Center for Tobacco Products released a proposed guidance document describing the agency’s recommendations on how retailers, manufacturers...
Chicago

Illinois Judge Strikes Down Chicago OTP Tax

Illinois Circuit Court Judge Ann Collins-Dole issued a ruling today that strikes down the tobacco products excise tax adopted by the Chicago City Council...
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State and Federal Legislative Update from NATO

Several new tobacco-related bills were introduced in state legislatures: Connecticut: House Bill 5384 raises the legal age for the purchase and use of tobacco products...
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