July 2018 News and Research Roundup

Advertising Restictions, Cigarettes, Displays/Display Ban, Flavors (including Menthol), Non-Tax Price Increases, Preemption, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Product Placement, Tobacco21, Youth

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

Archived Webinar: The Intersection of POS Tobacco and the Military

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Large Cigars, Little cigars/Cigarillos, Minimum price, Non-Tax Price Increases, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Smokeless Tobacco and SNUS, Store Assessments, Webinars

In Counter Tools and CounterToabcco.org’s 4th quarterly webinar, held on June 14th, 2018, UNC researcher and doctoral student Amanda Kong presents study findings from her team’s recent published paper on the sales and marketing of tobacco products in the military. The availability, price and promotions of tobacco products at tobacco retailers on and off U.S. … Read More

San Francisco Voters Uphold Ban on Menthol Cigarettes and All Other Flavored Tobacco Products

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Little cigars/Cigarillos, Product Availability, Youth

San Francisco residents have voted to uphold a city-wide ban on all flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes.  The San Francisco City Council and Health Committees unanimously passed the menthol restriction ordinance in June 2017, and it was approved by then Mayor Ed Lee. However, the tobacco industry very quickly moved to stop implementation by … Read More

April 2018 News and Research Roundup

Advertising Restictions, Cigarettes, Disparities, Displays/Display Ban, E-Cigarettes, FDA, Flavors (including Menthol), Licensing, Non-Tax Price Increases, Pharmacies, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Retailer Density, Tobacco21, Youth

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

March 2018 News and Research Roundup

Cigarettes, Displays/Display Ban, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), International, Licensing, Minimum price, Non-Tax Price Increases, Policy Advocacy, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Retailer Density, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21, Youth

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

POS and Monograph 22: A Socioecological Approach to Tobacco-Related Health Disparities

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Health Warnings, Healthy Retailers, Licensing, Media Campaign, Minimum price, Non-Tax Price Increases, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Retailer Density, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21, Youth

On September 12, 2017, National Cancer Institute (NCI) released Monograph 22: A Socioecological Approach to Addressing Tobacco-Related Health Disparities. Monograph 22 discusses the tobacco-related trends by identifiers such as age, race, and sexual orientation along with economic status as a means of discussing causes and potential solutions for tobacco-related health disparities (TRHD). While there has … Read More

September 2017 News and Research Roundup

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Healthy Retailers, Product Availability, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

August 2017 News and Research Roundup

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, FDA, Flavors (including Menthol), Little cigars/Cigarillos, Policy Advocacy, Product Availability, Product Packaging, Stores Near Schools, Tobacco21, Youth

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

May 2017 News and Research Roundup

Disparities, E-Cigarettes, Flavors (including Menthol), Health Warnings, Product Availability, Product Packaging, Retailer Density, Store Assessments, Tobacco21, Vape Shops

Welcome to CounterTobacco.org’s “News and Research Roundup!” Each month we post a summary of the latest research, reports, and news stories on counteracting tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale (POS). Keeping up with what’s happening in the POS movement all across the country can help you choose policies and strategies that work best … Read More

A Discussion on Menthol Bans and Criminalization of Black Communities

Cigarettes, Disparities, Flavors (including Menthol), Product Availability

A perspective piece from Rose DeLeon-Foote, CounterTobacco.org Project Assistant  Conversations about regulating menthol cigarettes have ignited a reactionary response from R.J. Reynolds, makers of Newports. These conversations have been stirred up by a series of events including a 2016 ruling allowing the FDA to use a Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee (TPSAC) report, which concluded … Read More