NEW YORK ORDINANCES

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The state of New York does not currently have any pending ordinances that negatively affect local businesses and consumers.

 

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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. 
Albany County

Prohibits the sale of flavored tobacco products and flavored electronic products in most retail locations, no exemption for menthol, mint or wintergreen.

Erie County

Flavor ban on e-liquids

Madison County

Age 21

New York City

Menthol cigarette ban(1) and e-liquid flavor ban(2)

Niagara County

Age 21

Oswego County

Age 21

Rensselaer County

Age 21

Suffolk County

Flavor ban (excludes menthol, mint and wintergreen) on e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine

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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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