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CDC: Teens Targeted by Tobacco Companies in Arizona

The C-D-C says more than one in six Arizona teens either smokes or chews tobacco products, and a new report from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids shows how new products are reaching young people - despite age and marketing restrictions. Danny McGoldrick
KXAZ & KPGE / Lake Powell Life (Page, AZ)
added Mar 26, 2013 13:29
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[New York] GREENE: Why cigarettes are here to stay

If there really were the political will to end cigarette use, there are ways. Each state sets its own laws for the minimum age to purchase cigarettes -- in most states, it's 18. If states decided to raise the age to, say, 80, that would do it. But the c
CNN
added Mar 24, 2013 17:10
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[New York] NYC Gears Up For Free-Speech Fight With Big Tobacco ($$)

a representative for the city's Law Department told Law360. "Because removing tobacco products from public sight has proved instrumental in reducing smoking among both these groups, the proposed regulations are consistent with the First Amendment."
Law360
added Mar 22, 2013 08:35
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[New York] MAYOR BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES NEW LEGISLATION TO FURTHER REDUCE SMOKING RATE

The "Tobacco Product Display Restriction" bill would make New York City the first in the nation to keep tobacco products out of sight in retail stores, with the goal of further reducing the youth smoking rate. The second bill, "Sensible Tobacco Enforcemen
New York City: NYC.gov
added Mar 21, 2013 11:03
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[New York] VIDEO: Bloomberg tobacco initiative slammed by N.Y. convenience stores

The proposals were immediately criticized by the New York Association of Convenience Stores. "The notion of forcing licensed, tax-collecting, law-abiding retailers to hide their tobacco inventory is patently absurd," the group said. "Seeing beer in a bev
CBS
added Mar 19, 2013 13:19
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[New York] Bloomberg's Plan Would Make Stores Conceal Cigarettes

The proposal will go to the City Council for its consideration, a step that Mr. Bloomberg skipped when he proposed a ban on sugared drinks bigger than 16 ounces in movie theaters, restaurants and other establishments. That rule went through only the city
New York Times
added Mar 18, 2013 15:51
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[Minnesota] Shocking TV ads and other efforts aim to stop youth smoking

The Still a Problem television campaign uses a scary amusement park showing the ill effects of smoking to get its anti-smoking message across to kids.
Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune
added Feb 24, 2013 20:58
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[New York] Unregulated, Addictive, And Enticing: E-Cigarettes Suck In Smokers But Risks Remain

Dr. Novotny, who has studied the effects of cigarette waste on public health as well as the environment, raises an alarming point in a world that is poised to be saturated with disposable e-cigarettes: “What happens at the end-of-life stage for these pro
Leaksource (blog)
added Feb 16, 2013 22:27
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Pfeifer: Electronic-cigarette ads on television should end

The FDA needs to provide regulatory guidance to prevent ads like the spot for electronic cigarettes that ran during this year's Super Bowl
AZ Central - Arizona Republic
added Feb 10, 2013 11:19
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Daily Caller Cigarette Review #2

In 2010, California Gov. Jerry Brown successfully forced Spirit packs to note that this product is no healthier than typical cigarettes. In so doing, Brown acknowledged the pathetic appeal of this progressive faux-cigarette. This is a “weekender” cig, an
The Daily Caller (blog)
added Feb 10, 2013 11:12
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