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02.15.19

New Study Finds Filtered “Little Cigars” are Actually Cigarettes Under Existing Laws And are Evading Taxes and Public Health Regulations

By Johan Marulanda

  CONTACT: Johan Marulanda / jm3245@georgetown.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington D.C. – A new study, by researchers at Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law and Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center shows that many filtered ‘little cigars’ are actually cigarettes under applicable laws and are evading the higher taxes and stronger public health […]

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Thematic Areas: Food & Drug Law

11.01.18

Regina LaBelle will join the O’Neill Institute to work on Issues of Addiction and Public Policy

By Johan Marulanda

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Johan Marulanda, jm3245@georgetown.edu Washington, DC (Nov. 1, 2018) | The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law welcomes Regina LaBelle as its newest Director. LaBelle will be managing a project portfolio focused on the opioid epidemic, addiction policies, barriers to treatment for substance use disorders, public health approaches to drug […]

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Thematic Areas: Food & Drug Law