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A law was passed in 2008 prohibiting the sale of non fire-safe cigarettes in Massachusetts, and has since been adopted in all 50 states and Canada as of this year, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Opposition to this bill was created by the same political operative who once worked at the Tobacco Institute," said Andrew McGuire, Executive Director of the Trauma Foundation at San Francisco General Hospital who was badly burned as a child and mounted a 15 year campaign for fire-safe cigarettes and fire safety.
population is now or soon will be governed by state fire-safe cigarette legislation.
EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers have agreed in principle that only fire-safe cigarettes, that stop burning if they are not being smoked, be sold in the EU.
California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont have adopted a "fire-safe" cigarette policy, according to the Coalition for Fire-Safe Cigarettes.
Fire-safe cigarettes: AB 178, by Assemblyman Paul Koretz, D-West Hollywood, requires tobacco companies to sell only fire-safe cigarettes.
Byline: Allan Ramsay IF it's time to introduce fire-safe cigarettes then it's time to introduce pedestrian-safe cars.
Deborah Arnott, Director of the health campaigning charity ASH said: "The tobacco industry have had the technology to create fire-safe cigarettes for over 20 years.