If you downloaded a movie last week, or updated your spotify account, you’re now shelling out a little more cash.
Governor Ned Lamont is holding a press conference to discuss the enactment of a new state law that increases the legal age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21.
October starts next week with a host of new laws that will go into effect on the first of the month.
NEW YORK (AP) — New York became the first state to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes Tuesday, a move that comes as federal health officials investigate a mysterious surge of severe breathing illnesses linked to vaping. The vote by the state Public Health and Health Planning Council means the prohibition, which covers flavored e-cigarettes […]
CHICAGO (AP) — An Illinois teenager who fell ill with a lung disease after vaping for over a year sued a leading e-cigarette maker on Friday, accusing it of deliberately marketing to young people and sending the message that vaping is cool. Attorneys filed a lawsuit in Lake County Circuit Court on behalf of 18-year-old […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers are trying to set aside their irreconcilable differences over the Obama-era Affordable Care Act and work to reach bipartisan agreement on a more immediate health care issue, lowering costs for people who already have coverage. Returning from their Fourth of July recess, the Senate and House are pushing to end surprise […]
Kids and adults were at the State Capitol on Wednesday, urging lawmakers to raise the minimum age for buying tobacco products.
There’s a push here in Connecticut to raise the smoking age from 18 to 21. It’s all in the name of long-term health.