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Our cannabis needle has shifted

Mail Guardian South Africa 19 Apr 2024
I do still believe that cannabis users and illegal dealers should be treated no more harshly than tobacco and alcohol users and illegal dealers, so I make no defensive comment on the criminal penalties in the bill, other than the following.
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Logical step or overreach? Guardian readers share their views on Sunak’s smoking ban

AOL 19 Apr 2024
Dozens of people have shared with the Guardian how they feel about Rishi Sunak’s tobacco and vapes bill, which aims to create the UK’s first smoke-free generation ... It just puts that money outside of tax brackets into criminal enterprises.
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'We're prepared for anything': Police brace for onslaught of NFL Draft visitors in Detroit

Detroit news 19 Apr 2024
"The draft, like any other major event across the country, can bring unscrupulous people to the area who may want to further their criminal enterprises." ... Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and ...
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‘I choose not to smoke every single day – the ban is nanny-ish’

AOL 18 Apr 2024
The Tobacco and Vapes Bill passed its first stage in the House of Commons on Tuesday, with 383 MPs voting for the ban and 67 opposing it ... Should the Tobacco and Vapes Bill become law, “it will ...
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Nine arrested for $20m Canada gold heist

Dawn 18 Apr 2024
Police said the “Netflix-series”-style heist was executed by a “well-organised group of criminals”. The announcement on Wednesday by the Canadian Peel Regional Police and the US Alcohol, Tobacco and ...
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REEM IBRAHIM: If the world

The Daily Mail 17 Apr 2024
It will proceed by creating a massive new black market, enriching tobacco smugglers and criminal gangs, whilst doing little actually to reduce smoking rates ... With the tobacco ban, these criminals will ...
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U.K. takes a big step closer to a phased-in ban on all tobacco sales

Sandhills Express 17 Apr 2024
The proposed legislation would not criminalize smoking, but rather the sale of tobacco depending on a customer’s age, and it would ensure that anyone who’s currently allowed to buy tobacco products will never be prevented from doing so.
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Truss was smokin

The Daily Mail 16 Apr 2024
Yet her speech was the sparkiest moment as the Commons debated the Tobacco and Vapes Bill ... Yet her speech was the sparkiest moment as the Commons debated the Tobacco and Vapes Bill ... tobacco smugglers.
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Walker felon pleads guilty to firearm straw-purchasing conspiracy

Duluth News Tribune 16 Apr 2024
This case is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, with assistance from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Paul Bunyan ...
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Cass County felon pleads guilty to straw purchasing conspiracy

Brainerd Dispatch 16 Apr 2024
This case is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, with assistance from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Paul Bunyan ...
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NH lawmakers defeat sixth gun safety bill, this one aimed at keeping guns out of schools

Foster's Daily Democrat 13 Apr 2024
Currently criminal background ... A new rule by the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, would require all gun sales to include a criminal background check.
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Former Hillsdale County Youth Home staffer convicted of criminal sexual conduct

Hillsdale Daily News 09 Apr 2024
HILLSDALE — A former Hillsdale County Youth Home staffer was convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct Thursday, April 4, during a jury trial in the 1st Judicial Circuit Court.
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Israel’s fight for its existence plus the casualties of war

Metro UK 07 Apr 2024
AG (MetroTalk, Wed) is quite right about alcohol being more of a problem than tobacco. Smoking only harms the smoker, whereas many drunks commit assaults, do criminal damage and cause road accidents.
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Abdul Jemal: Man gunned down in brazen Good Friday ambush in Melbourne

The Daily Mail 31 Mar 2024
... a carpenter who had a 'criminal history' ... Detectives do not believe his death is linked to Victoria's tobacco wars or organised crime, but have said he was known to police and had a criminal history.
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