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San Rafael Puts Nation’s Strictest Anti-Smoking Law Into Effect

By Bryan Le

While more and more public places are limiting or banning smoking altogether, one California town has passed a strict new law that has some residents up in arms. MORE  

Morning Roundup: July 23, 2013

By Bryan Le

US adults want to ban smoking in cars with kids, UK set for major crackdown on Internet porn, and Brewers' Ryan Braun suspended from pro-baseball for drugs. MORE  

Morning Roundup: July 15, 2013

By The Fix staff

Washington considers legal status of hash, evidence of cocaine use found in UK parliament, and America's Next Top Model alum arrested for guns and drug charges. MORE  

Morning Roundup: July 10, 2013

By Bryan Le

Outdoor smoking bans have an ulterior motive, Asiana 214 pilots not tested for drugs or alcohol, and Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham is kicked out of rehab. MORE  

Morning Roundup: June 3, 2013

By The Fix staff

Britain's baby boomers boozing more than the young, $24K worth of marijuana delivered to the wrong house, and drinking and smoking did not cause Michael Douglas' throat cancer. MORE  

Russia Passes Major Public Smoking Ban

By Valerie Tejeda

A ban on smoking in restaurants, hospitals and public buildings will take effect in June. MORE  

Morning Roundup: January 30, 2013

By The Fix staff

Rehab treats meth and sex addiction together, Mexico's new president ignores the drug war, and Whitney Houston's brother says he got her hooked on cocaine. MORE  

Morning Roundup: January 22, 2013

By The Fix staff

Thinner syringes could cut HIV transmissions, hospitals see fewer child asthma visits after UK smoking ban, and an ex-cop claims the NYPD fired him for beng a "future alcoholic." MORE  

Airport Smoking Lounges Are Becoming History

By Liam Delaney

There's no federal requirement for US airports to be smoke-free, but most are taking that decision for themselves. MORE  

Morning Roundup: December 28, 2012

By Bryan Le

Drug war security threatens tourism in Acapulco, Mexico, Egyptian Islamists ban smoking, Miss Universe says pot will "slow people down." MORE  

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