Critics have been complaining about certain lawmakers' cigar "hotboxing."
Actors Colin Farrell and Emma Stone also have spoken up about smoking bans at major studios.
If the government knew in 1998 that menthol cigarettes were bad for Black people's health, why did they keep allowing them to be sold?
Menthols have taken a disproportionate toll on Black smokers.
“People aged 14 when the law comes into effect will never be able to legally purchase tobacco,” the country's associate health minister said.
"For me, smoking was a savior."
Tobacco giant Altria is "feeding into the fears of Black folks" and "taking advantage of the climate of demand for social justice," said one civil rights activist.
Philip Morris International is rebranding itself -- quite successfully, it would seem -- as the solution to the health crisis it created.
Officials voted to exclude marijuana after cannabis activists said the law would take away their only legal place to smoke.
The "WAP" rapper overdid it on a bad habit for all to see.