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Liberia Government Implements Public Smoking Ban

Liberia has started implementing the legislation introduced in 2008 that bans smoking in public transport, workplaces, restaurants and other places. The given ban also prohibits those under the age of 18 from purchasing smoking products. The ban is part of

11 chief ministers pledge support against tobacco

Chief ministers of 11 states, on persuasion of patients of oral cancer, have pledged their support to ban against tobacco products, a statement said Tuesday. According to the Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI), the chief ministers of Assam, Arunachal

Macon smoking ban

Last week strict limitations on smoking were falsified at Macon City Council committee. They won’t be on Tuesday’s council agenda. Strange and disorderly reasoning in an Ordinances and Resolutions Committee meeting Monday, half-joking menace to combust “cow poop incense” on

Spain Adopts the Toughest Anti-Smoking Ban in Europe

Spanish smokers will be prohibited to light up in cafes, bars and restaurants, because the new legislation bans smoking in all enclosed public spaces. It will also be unlawful to smoke in kid’s playgrounds on schools and hospital territory, in

A New Debate about Smoking Ban in Bars

A new proposal to prohibit tobacco smoking in Grand Forks’ bars, casinos and traffic stops arrived at the City Council. For example last week, council participants explained that they’re only launching the new legislation, but unfortunately they had not determined

Canada bans fruit-flavored cigarettes

Canada has banned the manufacture, importation and sale of most flavored cigarettes and small cigars, which have been slammed as little more than an enticement to get children to start smoking. The law, which came into effect on Thursday, was

Cigarette firms attack ‘unwanted’ tobacco displays ban

Cigarette firms yesterday insisted that a proposed ban on tobacco displays was “unnecessary, unjustified and unwanted”. Christopher Ogden, the chief executive of the Tobacco Manufacturers’ Association, also claimed the display ban – put forward by the Scottish Government – could