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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The WHO has just recommended very tough restrictions on e-cigarettes, including a total ban on their use in public places, regulations to ensure the products contain a standard dose of nicotine, and a ban on sales to children and the use of flavors
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By Carter Law Offices
"If St. Charles County Missouri voters support the county-wide red-light camera ban it will send a powerful message to our elected Representatives and Senators that a statewide ban is needed,"
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nov. 25, 2013): San Rafael in California has banned any smoking in dwellings that share a wall with another unit, including apartments, duplexes, condominiums, and row houses.
By Zen Magnets
In a continued uphill war against the sale of rare-earth magnets, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has launched it's second adminstrative complaint lawsuit of the past decade against Zen Magnets LLC on August 6, 2012.

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12364254
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
The WHO has just recommended very tough restrictions on e-cigarettes, including a total ban on their use in public places, regulations to ensure the products contain a standard dose of nicotine, and a ban on sales to children and the use of flavors
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By Carter Law Offices
"If St. Charles County Missouri voters support the county-wide red-light camera ban it will send a powerful message to our elected Representatives and Senators that a statewide ban is needed,"
By www.goldmillbill.com
The 24K Gold Million Dollar Bill is the same size and shape as US currency.  It was created as a partnership between American Art Classics, Inc. and world renowned collectibles firm The Kensington Mint.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nov. 25, 2013): San Rafael in California has banned any smoking in dwellings that share a wall with another unit, including apartments, duplexes, condominiums, and row houses.
By Colorado Springs Citizens for Community Rights
Title Board Rejects Bill of Rights Charter Amendment Petition Banning Fracking as Multiple Subjects
By Zen Magnets
In a continued uphill war against the sale of rare-earth magnets, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has launched it's second adminstrative complaint lawsuit of the past decade against Zen Magnets LLC on August 6, 2012.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
A new study of electronic cigarettes - in one of the "100 Most Influential Journals in Biology and Medicine," has concluded that the product should be banned. It has also been condemned as "candy cigarettes on steroids."
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Santa Monica, CA, is only the latest jurisdiction to prohibit renters from smoking in their own apartments - part of a movement which started more than 20 years ago and is increasingly proving that there's no right to smoke
By EMSL
EMSL Analytical is one of the few testing laboratories that can distinguish arsenic’s benign organic form from its dangerous inorganic form
By Law Firm of BCLC
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 5,474 People Were Killed on U.S. Roadways in 2009 – All of Which Were Reported to Have Involved Distracted Driving; South Florida Law Firm Shares Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving
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By Vote4Carter.com
Voting against renewal, Wentzville aldermen cited the necessity of officer discretion at traditional in-person red-light traffic stops and referenced the inconclusive nature of Wentzville Police Chief's red-light camera accident prevention data
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Smokers are being hit by a double whammy: more bans on smoking, including outdoors on their property, and even inside; and higher costs, including not just higher taxes, but also a $5,000 surcharge on health insurance premiums under Obamacare.
By SGS Consumer Testing Services
On December 5th, 2011 the People’s Republic of China announced a ban on the production and sale of ractopamine. Ractopamine is a controversial nerve stimulant used to increase the yield of lean meat in pigs.
By Scott Packard
Senate Bill 314 signed into law by Governor Tom Corbett banning the use of cellphones and other portable communication devices while operating a vehicle
By Almond Solicitors
There are popular hair dyes out on the market that contain para-phenylenediamine (PPD), a dangerous chemical that can cause serious harm. A young lawyer from Manchester UK is campaigning for its ban.
By Alexa Potocki
Global Environmental Services, an electronics recycler, has received R2 and e-Stewards certifications.
By Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
The intent of this consciousness-raising exercise is to inspire thinking about how, when and where the University community uses social media as well as awareness about uses and/or abuses of social media.
By Energy Performance Lighting
Rodney Heller, lead designer and managing partner of Energy Performance Lighting (EPL), was interviewed and widely quoted in a Hometown News Group article titled, “Ban on Incandescent Light Bulbs Looms”.
By SMi Group
Join industry professionals at SMi's CPD accredited conference from 2nd - 3rd November 2011, Central London, UK. For further information and the opportunity to register, please visit the website.
By Howards Solicitors
MOTORING lawyer Oliver Gardner is urging drivers that are thinking of letting others taking the rap to avoid points on their licences to think again.
By Bonita Da Serra
By Dr Pieter Streicher, MD of BulkSMS.com
By Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research recommends "Russia Shipping Report Q2 2011" from Business Monitor International, now available
By CCM international
Epoxiconazole, introduced to the market by BASF in 1993, can be found in many products and product mixtures targeting a large number of pathogens in various crops like cereals (mainly wheat, barley, rye and triticale.
By Mosaad Hussein
The Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino was recently the residence of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during his recent visit to Egypt as a part of a tour to North Africa.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
New antismoking initiatives - aimed at America's number one preventable cause of death, disability, and unnecessary medical expenses - will be unveiled at the George Washington University, notes John Banzhaf, a law professor there.
By EverLights
U.S. Government Caught Exporting Hazardous Waste Overseas and Exposing Workers to Toxic Byproducts from Electronic Recycling
By Bonita Da Serra
By: Dr Pieter Streicher, MD at BulkSMS.com
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Despite claims by e-cigarette [e-cig] sellers that their product can be used to self administer nicotine on airplanes where smoking is prohibited, all domestic airlines ban the use of these untested products which the FDA has declared are illegal
By BeyondPR
Deafness Research UK’s ongoing campaign to slap a ban on the use of the dreaded Vuvuzela in sports grounds has received support from many quarters.
By BeyondPR
National Charity Deafness Research UK has been campaigning throughout the summer for a ban on the Vuvuzela in football grounds, in this country and further afield.

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