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Just 9.9 percent of retailers sold tobacco products to underage users last year, the lowest rate ever reported and well off a peak of 40.1

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Cigarette packs in the U.S. will soon feature blunter health warnings and graphic images of body parts riddled with cancer and other diseases associated with

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A new Massachusetts tax on liquor, wine and beer went into effect this weekend, but the state’s alcohol sellers are working to reinstate a longtime

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Law-enforcement officials in Oregon have moved to prevent sales of so-called “e-cigarettes” in the state, KTVZ-TV reported July 30. In a move described as the

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Support is solidifying in Congress and within the Obama administration to finally equalize the penalties for crimes involving the crack and powdered version of cocaine,

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A new application for the Apple iPhone called Cannabis uses mapping technology to help marijuana users find the nearest source for buying the drug, the Guardian

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Local news media in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, estimate that more and more of the nearly 700 people killed so far this year, were people with

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In an effort to keep repeat offenders from bouncing around the court system, Calgary, Alberta, is considering setting up a jail solely for people with

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Some people brew their own beer or make their own wine; now, an Ohio man is testing the viability of growing his own tobacco in

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The U.S. military should start working toward a complete ban on the use of tobacco products, according to a report from the Institute of Medicine,

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