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[West Virginia] EDITORIAL: Raise the age to buy smokes

delaying access to cigarettes — as Hawaii has done and California is set to do — is a sure-fire way of getting in the way of an addictive habit that carries dire consequences later in life...According to the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health, the sta
Beckley (WV) Register Herald
added Mar 14, 2016 00:54
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[New York] EDITORIAL: Sale of tobacco products is incompatible with the healthful goal of pharmacies

The effort in Erie County to ban stores with pharmacies from selling cigarettes and e-cigarettes would close the “disconnect” that allows stores dedicated to health to sell a product that damages health. Along the way, it might also save some taxpayer m
Buffalo (NY) News
added Mar 9, 2016 16:54
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[Washington] Editorial: Health benefits in raising smoking age to 21 would outweigh revenue loss

At some point the state is going to have to absorb the short-term revenue dip to reap the long-term gains. The sooner the better. And if this were to kick off a tax reform debate, we’d drink to that.
The Spokesman-Review
added Feb 18, 2016 22:52
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[Connecticut, Hawaii] EDITORIAL: CT Should Ban Smoking And E-Cigs For People Under 21

This pernicious social problem must be curbed, and raising the state smoking age to 21 is an excellent way to do it.
Hartford (CT) Courant
added Jan 20, 2016 21:12
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[Minnesota] EDITORIAL: Flavored-tobacco ban should be widened beyond Minneapolis, St. Paul

An even better move would be to consider raising to 21 the legal age for tobacco purchase. New York City and Cleveland have already done so, and Boston will follow suit next month. That age limit will include e-cigarettes, an increasingly popular product
Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune
added Jan 11, 2016 18:27
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[Ireland] EDITORIAL: Smoking ban needed where sense has failed

For we also learned yesterday that nine in 10 cancers are caused by environmental and external factors. These include smoking, drinking, sun exposure and air pollution. Risks can therefore be either reduced or increased by changes in behaviour. The findi
Irish Independent (ie)
added Dec 18, 2015 20:37
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EDITORIAL: Tobacco exceptionalism in airports: time to address gaps - Ruth E Malone [FREE FULL TEXT]

Just because a worker's job is at an airport (or a casino, or a hotel without 100% smoke-free rules) does not mean he or she is immune to the effects of secondhand smoke. There is nothing so special and unique about an airport that requires it. This is a
Tobacco Control
added Dec 18, 2015 16:54
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[Massachusetts] Editorial: Raise smoking age to 21

Raising the minimum age would create trickle-down benefits. Consider that 18-year-olds are far more likely to have friends who are younger teens than 21-year-olds. This may mean fewer cigarettes ending up in the hands of all teenagers than before, helpin
Wicked Local (MA)
added Dec 14, 2015 15:31
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[Massachusetts] Editorial: Raising the minimum age for tobacco use

A statewide approach, however, makes far more sense. A patchwork of town-by-town regulations will do little to reduce the use of tobacco products by young people; if an 18-year-old merely needs to go one town over to purchase cigarettes, what would preve
Metro West Daily News (Framingham, MA)
added Dec 5, 2015 17:44
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[New Jersey] EDITORIAL: The Record: Smoke-free homes

Children living in public housing shouldn't be harmed by second or thirdhand smoke infecting their buildings. HUD should move forward with its plan to ban smoking in these residences.
Hackensack (NJ) Record/Herald News
added Nov 16, 2015 15:26
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