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Opponents of California’s complex cap-and-trade framework say the state should have just implemented a simple carbon tax.
Optimism surges but consumers split on long-term price outlook
What starts in California—the biggest state by population—often finds its way to the rest of the union, making two big regulatory moves about to hit its fuel marketers of interest to the entire industry.
New media-at-the-pump program includes free technology upgrades
Also promotes Ihler to VP of sales, marketing
Are vape shops stealing c-store business? Can the convenience channel ever hope to compete with the vaping-centric knowledge and offerings of this new channel? Is this channel here to stay, perhaps the tobacconist of the new segment—or will it fizzle out in the face of stricter regulations?
Macadamia nut company will continue as separate brand
Can mass merchants grab the attention of the OTP consumer? What does it mean for c-stores?
Michigan governor vetoes three bills, says devices should be treated as tobacco products
Vape: It's not your father's tobacco product, as reflected in CSP's first-ever vaping-centric meeting in December in Phoenix. And you know it's not your typical tobacco meeting when you have a marquee sponsor whose mission is to "make cigarettes obsolete" and one of the evenings includes a trendy vaping party.

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