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Study finds nearly 10% of teens are using e-cigarettes

More than one in four reported daily use.

Philip Morris Intl. relocating from NYC to CT; Lamont signing marijuana...

Unlike Philip Morris USA, PMI does not sell traditional cigarettes.

U.S. Sen. Blumenthal blasts Trump on partial halt to flavored vaping...

The senator accused the president of being under the thumb of the vaping industry.

Connecticut reports first vaping-related death

This marks the 19th confirmed death nationally tied to vaping-related lung injury.

Govs. Lamont and Cuomo partner on e-cig and legalized marijuana guidelines

New York has banned flavored e-cigarette sales but Connecticut has not.

Yonkers is first city in New York to officially ban selling...

The Yonkers ban, set to go into effect Oct. 1, comes in the midst of growing national concern over the potential effects of vaping, and the belief that flavored e-cigarettes are designed to appeal primarily to minors.

New York targets retailers selling e-cigarettes to minors

The state police and the Health Department will join forces to conduct undercover investigations under The Adolescent Tobacco Use Prevention Act.

CT Attorney General Tong begins probe of JUUL Labs

JUUL was given a Sept. 3 deadline for turning over requested documents to Tong’s office.

NY and CT AGs seek expanded FDA action on e-cigarettes

The attorneys general are part of a seven-state coalition urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to expand it scheduled enforcement actions against the sale of e-cigarettes.

U.S. Sen. Blumenthal proposes federal initiative on curbing youth e-cigarette usage

The Connecticut Democrat accused e-cigarette makers of "hooking yet another generation on deadly products."

New poll finds most CT residents oppose Lamont’s toll and sales...

On raising the minimum wage, 70.6 percent of respondents approved the idea and 25.8 percent rejected it.

American Lung Association faults CT and NY on tobacco policies

Connecticut was graded a D on offering access to tobacco cessation services and New York got an F for tobacco prevention and for cessation funding.