CALIFORNIA ORDINANCES

SELECT YOUR CITY OR COUNTY

The below cities and counties have pending ordinances that negatively affect local businesses and consumers alike. 
 
Choose your community to help advocate against and prevent these measures from becoming law. 
Burbank

Flavor Ban

Carson

Total Sales Ban on Tobacco Products (including Electronic Cigarettes)

Culver City

 flavored tobacco products ban (including menthol); ban on flavored e-cigarettes

Danville

Flavor ban (TBD)

Fremont​

flavored tobacco products ban and minimum pack and price restrictions for cigars, little cigars and cigarettes

Los Angeles (city)

 Flavor ban 

Manhattan Beach

Sales ban on all tobacco products

Pomona

No new license for retailers within 1,000 ft. of youth-populated areas; limit window space for tobacco advertising to 15%

Redondo Beach 

Flavor Ban (excludes menthol)

San Ramon 

Flavor ban (including menthol cigarettes) within 500 feet of schools, playgrounds, parks, and libraries; min. pack for little cigars (10) / cigars (10), unless a cigar is priced at $5.00 or more; advertising restrictions within 1,600 ft. of school, parks, and playgrounds

South San Francisco

Flavor Ban

Ventura

Bans the sale of all flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, oils, cigarillos, cigarettes and loose tobacco;prohibits new tobacco retail licenses within 1,000 feet of any school

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About the NLAA

The National Local Advocacy Alliance (NLAA) is a coalition of retailers, wholesalers, and concerned citizens across the United States founded to draw attention to the exponentially growing number of restrictive local ordinances on the sale of legal tobacco products that are harming local businesses.

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