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[Massachusetts] Rolling tobacco and high profits for iRollie

Both exhausted and exhilarated, Joseph Khoury, senior at the University of Massachusetts and founder of iRollie, started last semester’s finals week with a four-and-a-half-hour drive at three in the morning to make his first exam. Khoury’s drive followed
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
added Mar 29, 2017 20:50
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[Illinois] Western continues to snuff out smoking

Nearly two years later, according to William Digger Oster, Chairman of Western’s smoke-free task force, the effects have reduced the amount of smokers on campus property. “What I can say just from my observation from being on campus is that I do certainly
Western Courier (Western Illinois U., Macomb, IL)
added Mar 24, 2017 12:19

[Vermont] WILLIAMS: Teen access to tobacco

Raising the tobacco sale age to 21 won’t eliminate teen smoking, but it will greatly reduce the availability of tobacco to teens. Keeping tobacco out of the hands of youth just makes sense. Our local leaders know this, just as the leaders of Castleton Un
Rutland (VT) Herald
added Mar 23, 2017 14:25
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[Nebraska] Tobacco, vaping ban considered at MCC colleges

Smoking cigarettes, chewing and vaping could soon be history at Metro Community Colleges. The metro board will consider a smoking ban Tuesday that could go beyond campus. MCC’s president wants all seven community colleges to follow the trend of other l
KMTV Action 3 News CBS (Omaha, NE)
added Mar 23, 2017 01:53
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[Michigan] Effects of smoking more widespread than just lung cancer

Oncologist Michael J. Kraut led a tobacco prevention lecture on March 16 in the Oakland Center, where a former smoker shared her experience with an ongoing seven-year battle against cancer. Kraut discussed the causes and effects of tobacco use, starting
Oakland Post (Oakland University, Rochester, MI)
added Mar 22, 2017 16:54

[Michigan] Smokers are feeling the heat not from law enforcement, but their peers

a tobacco-free campus beginning in August of 2016. Since then, it’s not the potential of a ticket that has smokers on edge –– it’s the disapproval from stares and comments made by their fellow peers.
Michigan State University (MSU)
added Mar 22, 2017 00:29
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[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] BAT Korea, Sacheon city sign scholarship program

Under the program, the tobacco maker is set to donate 100 million won starting this year for scholarship programs supervised and operated by the municipal and education office in the city in South Gyeongsang Province. BAT Korea has a manufacturing facili
Korea Herald (kr)
added Mar 21, 2017 17:35

[Massachusetts] Tobacco Free initiative to survey Tufts community

Tufts Tobacco Free, a campus initiative that is looking to make the Medford/Somerville campus tobacco-free, plans to survey the Tufts community about its proposed tobacco ban, according to Jennifer Allen, a professor of community health and faculty consul
The Tufts Daily
added Mar 16, 2017 18:01

[Pennsylvania] Allegheny County votes to ban vapes in indoor public spaces

Allegheny County Council voted 8-5 on March 7 to ban the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers in indoor public places where smoking is forbidden. However, Duquesne’s campus had already acted ahead of the county. E-cigarettes have long been banned
Duquesne Duke
added Mar 16, 2017 13:41

CVS Health Takes Next Step in Five-Year Commitment to Deliver the First Tobacco-Free Generation

announced it will fund $10 million in new and expanded partnerships and programs to launch the second year of Be The First, the company's five year, $50 million commitment to help deliver the nation's first tobacco-free generation. The partnerships and pr
CVS Health (CVS Caremark)
added Mar 14, 2017 01:33
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