A New York man is charged with using counterfeit coupons to get packs of cigarettes for just a dollar apiece.
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A tobacco company launches a mobile coupon platform that offers discounts on much more than just cigarettes.
A ban on coupons? Believe it! A second local law that prohibits retailers from accepting certain coupons, survives a court challenge.
Supporters of a soda tax suggest additional measures to discourage consumption – like banning coupons and sales on soda.
You may not have noticed, but a federal appeals court this week upheld a law that bans coupons. For real. Oh well, this couponing thing was fun while it lasted. Ok, to be more specific, the coupon ban is actually only in effect in one U.S. city, and only applies to one type of product – tobacco. Whether or not[Read More…]
With food labeling laws, proposed bans on large sugary drinks and now, new plans to restrict the sale of tobacco products, you might wonder – what’s next? Banning coupons for products that aren’t good for you? Why yes, that’s exactly what New York City is proposing. In announcing a plan to help reduce the smoking rate yesterday, New York Mayor[Read More…]
Did you know your kids are buying beer at the local grocery store, using the self-checkout lanes? Really! They’re putting both beer and soda in their shopping cart, scanning the soda twice, and leaving with the beer. Why, there oughta be a law! Actually, there already are laws meant to prevent this. It’s against the law for kids to buy[Read More…]