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Tobacco Products

The federal government’s ban on free samples of tobacco products and requirement that e-cigarettes go through a federal review before hitting the market do not violate the First Amendment, an appeals court in Washington D.C. ruled.

WASHINGTON – The federal government’s ban on free samples of tobacco products and requirement that e-cigarettes go through a federal review before hitting the market do not violate the First Amendment, the D.C. Circuit ruled.

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