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            "headlineText": "VIDEO: Senate won't vote to override Scott's veto of flavored-tobacco ban",
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            "headlineText": "Up to 100 Tory MPs could rebel against smoking ban law next week after intervention by 'rock star' Boris Johnson against 'nuts' legislation in new blow to Rishi Sunak's authority",
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            "headlineText": "Fact-check: Will smoking keep you thin?",
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            "headlineText": "Is the Business Model of Altria Stock Finally About to Break?",
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            "headlineText": "How Ohio\u2019s GOP governor sells public health: Don\u2019t call it that.",
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            "summary": "DeWine recently told The Post that he knows how to do the political math: The votes are not there for a higher tobacco tax, a proven public health initiative to lower smoking-related deaths. But he said in his speech Wednesday that he will try to pass the prohibition on vaping and cigarette flavors another way.\r\n\r\n\u201cWe have an obligation to protect Ohio children,\u201d he sai",
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            "headlineText": "Confused by video of man smoking inside a body bag? Here's truth behind viral post used to fuel Covid conspiracy theory",
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            "headlineText": "Columbus, 13 other cities sue Ohio officials to enact flavored tobacco and vaping bans",
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            "headlineText": "Lawsuit filed against FDA over inaction on banning menthol cigarettes",
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            "headlineText": "New York City Sues 11 More Vape Distributors",
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            "headlineText": "CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES (PDF)",
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            "headlineText": "New Zyn Lawsuit Says Tobacco Cos. Falsely Advertise Addictive Nicotine Pouches as Healthy",
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            "headlineText": "Addressing the leading risk factors for ill health \u2013 supporting local government to do more",
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            "headlineText": "RENTOUL: Spluttering Boris is the one who\u2019s \u2018nuts\u2019 if he thinks the public are with him on the smoking ban",
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            "headlineText": "Menthol cigarettes are killing Black Americans. Advocates are suing the government to change that",
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            "summary": "Last Tuesday, anti-smoking groups sued the US government over the delay in passing a proposed ban on menthol cigarettes. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has attempted to ban menthol for about 15 years, estimating that doing so could prevent 300,000 to 650,000 smoking deaths over the course of several decades. But the tobacco industry\u2019s lobby has repeatedly pushed back on lawmakers and advocates\u2019 efforts.\r\n\r\n\u201cAs African American physicians, we are deeply disturbed at the continuing delays in FDA\u2019s finalizing of the ban on menthol cigarettes,\u201d Dr Yolanda Lawson, the president of the National Medical Association, said in a statement. \u201cOur patients, more than any other group, become disabled and die prematurely due to the continued use of these cigarettes.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "Canada Relaunches Plan to Ban Most Vape Flavors",
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            "summary": "Michigan-based healthcare system Trinity Health and the Americans Nonsmokers\u2019 Rights Foundation (ANRF) recently submitted shareholder proposals to Caesars Entertainment, Bally\u2019s Corporation, and Boyd Gaming. The submissions request that each company study the financial implications of going smoke-free at all of their casino properties.\r\n\r\nThe trio of casino companies continue to allow smoking on their gaming floors in states where such laws allow indoor tobacco use",
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