What does the filter on a cigarette do?

Before the 1950s, there was no such thing as a filter-tipped cigarette – or at least nobody smoked it. People smoked unfiltered cigarettes. At that time, there was a growing perception that cigarettes...
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Government acted illegally in taking tobacco tax money

PHOENIX – State legislators and the governor acted illegally in taking $7 million from a 2008 tobacco tax initiative to instead balance the state budget, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday. The...
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Are cell phones the new tobacco?

I think most of us a familiar with the tobacco wars of recent times and how it is has manifested itself into aspects of our lives through issues like smoking at public venues, lawsuits from addicts suing...
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The Pentagon refuses to ban smoking in troops

A recently made public study funded by the Pentagon and Veteran’s affairs Department suggested prohibiting smoking completely by all U.S. troops including active soldiers, taking part in combats....
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Seldom known smoking facts in History

Over 2,000 years ago, South American Cultures began using tobacco. Brazilian peoples invented cigarettes by rolling tobacco leaves in paper. The First Europeans to use tobacco were sailors. Christopher...
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Senior smokers imposed to give up or move out of their homes

Santa Cruz – The smoking war has reached a new and rather shocking height. The smokers are nowadays being exorcised from everywhere, even from their homes of many years. The new flash of smokers’ discrimination...
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