Addiction Incorporated, despite its dull and archaic-tasting title, is an engaging documentary about the science suppressed by the smoking industry and the people’s struggle to uncover the truth about what the arrogant, intimidating, obscenely rich tobacco bigwigs knew and withheld about the addictiveness of cigarettes.
Crews battled two fires early Wednesday morning. One was caused by a falling tree branch, but the other was due to a discarded cigarette.
Minnesota had it best year yet when it comes to stopping sales of cigarettes to underage smokers.
Officers are looking for a man who burglarized a gas station in Minneapolis.
In the past week, four separate fires have forced people from their homes around the state. Unattended cigarettes are to blame for fires in Mankato, Rochester, Hopkins, and Minneapolis, despite a 2008 law meant to reduce the risk of starting a fire.
Smokers may or may not notice it but they are now paying more for their cigarettes. A penny a pack, in fact. It’s part of an annual adjustment for inflation.
Smokers in Minnesota start paying another penny a pack for cigarettes starting Monday, as an annual adjustment in the state’s cigarette tax takes effect.
Two Republican state senators say that so-called “little cigars” should be taxed at the higher rate applied to cigarettes in Minnesota.
New research shows that there are 7 percent fewer pack-a-day smokers in America than 50 years ago.
A new survey shows the adult smoking rate in Minnesota has declined, but the use of smokeless tobacco is on the rise.
Within a couple of years we’ll likely see graphic images on cigarette packages.