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            "summary": "\u201dTobacco-free park policies protect the environment by reducing litter, pollution, tobacco product waste and potentially prevent wildfires from happening,\u201d said Josh Unterbrink, co-director of Activate Allen County. \u201cTobacco product waste contains the same toxins found in tobacco products.\u201d\r\n\r\nAt Monday evening\u2019s meeting, the city council voted to place the ordinance on second reading for further discussion.",
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            "summary": "A leading tobacco-industry analyst is forecasting that a majority of Californians will vote in favor of a proposition to ban menthol and other flavored tobacco products during the Nov. 8 general election in the state.\r\n\r\nBarclays analyst Jain Gaurav projects that if the ban is approved, it could go into effect as early as Dec. 21.\r\n\r\nGaurav said non-combustible products, such as Swedish Match Inc.\u2019s Zyn and R.J. Reynolds Vapor Co.\u2019s Vuse electronic cigarette, could be the main beneficiaries of the flavored tobacco ban.\r\n\r\n\r\nGaurav predicts the success of Proposition 31 even though pro-tobacco groups have raised at least $22 million for marketing efforts during the campaign.",
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            "summary": "E-Cigarettes Global Market Report 2022 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global e-cigarettes market.",
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            "subhead": "On Tuesday Wake Forest Parks and Recreation crews started the removal process on the \u201cunsafe\u201d Joyner Park tobacco barn.  Following a recent storm, it was determined the tobacco barn at Joyner Park was \u201cstructurally unstable.\u201d",
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            "headlineText": "SUMMERS: Best Of Grizzard - \"Snuff-Dippers\"",
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            "headlineText": "Excise on petrol, diesel static while cigarettes up",
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            "summary": "the Minister said he is increasing excise duty on a pack of 20 cigarettes by 50 cent, with a pro-rata increase on other tobacco products.\r\n\r\nMinister Paschal Donohoe has said to support public health policy to reduce smoking in Irish society, he is increasing excise duty on a pack of 20 cigarettes by 50 cents.",
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