The Obama Administration has appealed a decision by a federal judge that requiring graphic images on cigarette labels violates free speech protected by the Constitution.
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The Drug Enforcement Administration announced this week it is extending its ban on synthetic drugs such as “Spice” and “K2,” which mimic the effects of marijuana, for another six months.
The Department of Health and Human Services says it will continue to press for graphic warning labels on cigarette packages, despite the ruling of a federal judge this week that the images on the labels violate free speech protected by the Constitution.
The Federal Trade Commission is reviewing complaints about the amount of alcohol in the sweet alcoholic drink Four Loko, and how it is marketed, the Associated Press reports.
Almost two dozen states are considering measures that would require welfare recipients to undergo drug testing, the Associated Press reports.
A report scheduled to be released March 8 by the U.S. Surgeon General’s office will urge increased state funding for anti-smoking programs.
The Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health have launched a nationwide study to find out why people use tobacco.
Bills to limit the access to a key ingredient of methamphetamine by requiring a doctor’s prescription have been killed in the Oklahoma legislature.
Diane Canova of Legacy asks, to safeguard youth, shouldn’t many of the same restrictions applied to cigarettes extend to cigars?
A legislative panel in Oklahoma approved a bill requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.