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Harvey, who chewed tobacco during his umpiring years, was found to have oral cancer in 1997 and spoke out about the dangers of smokeless tobacco following his treatment.
The two are accused of obtaining smokeless tobacco products from a Pennsylvania distributor and transporting them illegally to Connecticut.
In a unanimous vote, the city expanded the manual to include all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco in City Hall or other city buildings.
These heated, smokeless tobacco products may soon eclipse electronic cigarettes as a smoking alternative, stated the study, published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE.
The agreement includes various tax hikes, ranging from a monthly surcharge on cellphone bills to an increase in the tax on cigarettes and smokeless tobacco starting on November 1.
Unlike cigarettes, smokeless tobacco does not cause lung cancer, heart and circulatory diseases, or emphysema.
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SMOKELESS TOBACCO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of smokeless tobacco for English Language Learners
: tobacco that is placed in the mouth between the cheek and the gum instead of being smoked
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