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President Joe Biden is taking fresh aim at "ghost guns," the privately made firearms without serial numbers that are increasingly cropping up in violent crimes.
By Michael Balsamo, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Anyone under 21 can no longer legally buy cigarettes, cigars or any other tobacco products in the U.S.
By Linda A. Johnson, Associated PRess
Congress is moving to pass the biggest new sales restrictions on tobacco products in more than a decade, with support from two unlikely backers: Marlboro-cigarette maker Altria and vaping giant Juul Labs.
By Matthew Perrone, Richard Lardner, Associated Press
The voluntary step is the company's latest attempt to weather a growing political backlash blaming its flavored-nicotine products for hooking a generation of teenagers on electronic cigarettes.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
The Food and Drug Administration proposed 13 new warnings that would appear on all cigarettes, including images of cancerous tumors, diseased lungs and feet with amputated toes.
By Joseph Pisani, Associated Press
The world's largest retailer said the new rules will take effect in July in an effort to combat tobacco sales to minors.
By Charles Betley, The Conversation
April 15 is Tax Day, as well as the date each year on which the largest tobacco companies pay $9 billion dollars to states because of tobacco-related illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. But what is the real cost…
By Associated Press
One of the world's biggest tobacco companies is diving into the cannabis market.
By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
It looks like a flash drive, can be hidden anywhere and doesn't create tell-tale smoke. Across the country, the use of these e-cigarettes are spiking among youth, but parents often aren't even sure what they are and many teens mistakenly…
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