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The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a bill that would ban the U.S. Postal Service from delivering cigarettes and other tobacco products — a

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Mexican drug cartels are not only setting up marijuana grow operations in U.S. national parks and other public lands but also have infiltrated a number

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A courtroom bid to block implementation of the FDA tobacco-regulation law filed by a top cigarette company has been denied by a federal judge, the

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Pennsylvania has long exempted cigars and smokeless tobacco from state taxes, and the policy is likely to remain in place thanks to lobbying by the

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An analysis of 15 previously published research studies concludes that moderate drinkers are less likely to develop dementia as they age compared with nondrinkers, Medical News

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Two of the largest brewers in the U.S. have announced plans to raise prices on their signature products this fall, although the amount of the

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The group Human Rights Watch is accusing the Mexican government of rights violations in its ongoing war against drug cartels and says U.S. antidrug aid

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Federal money could be used to pay for needle-exchange programs under budget legislation approved this week by the U.S. House of Representatives, the Associated Press

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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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States from Florida to Rhode Island and Michigan are increasing their law-enforcement attention on cigarette smuggling, which is costing states billions in annual tax revenues,

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