R.J. Reynolds

  • Blogs

    September 22, 2011

    Dissolvable tobacco: Advocate criticizes R.J. Reynolds for not ending test marketing

    ​Yesterday, Bob Doyle, executive director for the Colorado Tobacco Education and Prevention Alliance, touted a resolution calling for the Colorado Board of Health to oppose test-marketing of dissolvable tobacco products by R.J. Reynolds under names like Camel Orbs. The board supported this not ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 21, 2011

    Camel's appeal to hipsters is ironic, but not in a good way

    ​Keeping in line with Camel's historically "urbane" branding strategy, the tobacco company has for the last few months been pushing a series of specially branded cigarette packs commemorating select cities known for their cool: Austin and Seattle, for example, have been highlighted. And while ... More >>

  • News

    October 21, 2004

    The Alternative Voterís Guide

    The Legislative Councilís ballot-analysis booklet has inspired so many fights, it should be called the black-and-blue book. Hereís our cure.

  • News

    September 16, 2004

    Smoke Detector

    Anne Landman has dedicated her life to being a pain in the ash. Will it make a difference come election time?

  • Calendar

    November 20, 2003
  • News

    July 25, 2002

    Pack Mentality

    A media column about secondhand smoke stirs up a cloud of controversy.

  • News

    April 20, 2000

    The Pitch Is In, and It's Good

    Public schools accepting private-sector funds is becoming commonplace. But not everyone's money is good enough.

  • News

    April 16, 1998

    Spin Cycles

    Laundered money, the shadow of big tobacco, and a blubbering court reporter: The wild trial over Colorado's Amendment 15.

  • News

    August 21, 1997

    The Marlboro Hombres

    Last June in Costa Rica, the tobacco lobby was berry, berry good to two Colorado legislators.

  • News

    May 1, 1997

    The Marlboro Woman

    The AG's campaign fund is nicotine-stained--and critics say she's dragging her feet on tobacco suits.