Tobacco industry challenges San Diego’s flavored tobacco product ordinance, arguing that the ordinance is expressly and impliedly preempted by the Tobacco Control Act.
Tobacco industry retailer association challenges the County of San Diego’s flavored tobacco product sales restriction, arguing the restriction is expressly and impliedly preempted by federal law.
Plaintiffs challenge the Department of Health and Human Services’ recently finalized SUNSET rule amending all department regulations (subject to limited exceptions) with expiration provisions and review protocols.
Cigar trade associations challenge Philadelphia flavored tobacco sales restriction on state-level preemption and Constitutional grounds.
The tobacco industry challenges the FDA’s graphic warning label rule on First Amendment grounds.
Tobacco companies are challenging California’s statewide ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products.
E-cigarette manufacturers and retailers challenged the deeming rule under the U.S. Constitution.
Industry challenges a local flavored tobacco product ordinance adopted by the City of Edina, Minnesota, arguing that the ordinance is preempted by the Tobacco Control Act.
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