Friday, April 12, 2019

In the News: Senators Ask Juul for Information About Marketing E-Cigarettes to Youth

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Senators Ask Juul for Information About Marketing E-Cigarettes to Youth
Eleven U.S. senators wrote a letter to e-cigarette maker Juul Labs this week, asking for information about the company’s marketing to youth, CNN reports. Read More
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Growing Number of States and Cities Raise Legal Age for Tobacco and Vaping Products
Illinois has become the ninth state to raise the legal age for tobacco and vaping products to 21, CBS News reports. Hundreds of cities, counties and towns have passed similar legislation. Read More
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Built-In Car Device to Prevent Drunk Driving Could Become Standard Soon
A built-in device called an ignition interlock that prevents drunk driving could become standard equipment in new cars as early as next year, according to The Washington Post. Read More
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Bill Would Allow States to Decide Own Marijuana Laws
A measure that would allow states to decide their own marijuana laws has been reintroduced in the House and Senate, according to U.S. News & World Report. Read More
Drug Company Deceived Doctors About Suboxone Dangers: Prosecutors
U.S. prosecutors say the drug company Indivior misled doctors and government health programs about the safety of its addiction medication Suboxone. Read More
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