Headlines Tagged with Editorial — 10,037 headlines found
[Georgia, Utah] EDITORIAL: In our opinion: Tobacco-free campuses: More colleges are banning tobacco use
Colleges and universities are uniformly finding that tobacco prohibitions serve to benefit productivity and protect the health of those who patronize their grounds. And there is no persuasive reason why schools in Utah shouldn’t follow suit.
Oct 5, 2014 Deseret News
added Oct 6, 2014 17:26
On Wednesday, Oct. 1, the University of Georgia will start enforcing a campus-wide tobacco ban, joining a growing trend in higher education. ...universities are justified in banning cigarette smoking on campus grounds. Pitt should, too.
Sep 30, 2014 Pitt News (University of Pittsburgh)
added Sep 30, 2014 04:42
The simple part is that the district needs more money to provide a sound education for its students. The complex part is getting the state to fulfill its central role in funding public education.
Sep 29, 2014 Philadelphia (PA) Daily News
added Sep 30, 2014 05:19
[UK] EDITORIAL: Don’t Vanquish Vaping / France’s plan to ban e-cigarettes in public is muddle-headed
French health minister, Marisol Touraine, wants to go further and make France the first European country to ban e-cigarettes in public places. This is a foolish idea that must not be emulated on this side of the Channel.
Sep 26, 2014 Times Of London (uk)
added Sep 29, 2014 06:25
Some legislators reportedly objected to the cigarette tax on the grounds that it would not help schools outside Philadelphia. Putting aside the state's unique responsibility for a district that it does in fact run, it's a valid issue. But rather than ref
Sep 25, 2014 Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer
added Sep 27, 2014 14:46
As government continues to create rationales for exerting its authority, the issue of smoking in one’s own home should be left to that home’s owner and its residents.
Sep 25, 2014 Orange County (CA) Register
added Sep 25, 2014 12:45
Suppose somebody gave you $1 billion out of the blue — yes, that’s “b” for “billion” — and told you to spend it in the poorest parts of the state to build a new economy. What would you spend it on? And how would you measure whether it had done any good?
Sep 21, 2014 Roanoke (VA) Times & World News
added Sep 21, 2014 23:40
it's the job of local authorities to stem the abuse of e-cigarettes by minors. The Weber-Morgan Health Department is meeting the challenge, and its regulations must be passed.
Sep 19, 2014 Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner
added Sep 20, 2014 13:08
tobacco control programs, like many others, require a continued financial commitment in order to be effective. Without additional funding, there is little chance that smoking in New York will decrease at the rate it once did.
Sep 17, 2014 Washington Square News (NYU)
added Sep 17, 2014 07:17
there are potentially unknown dangers in e-cigarettes, but their outright ban from entering Jamaica, while the importation of tobacco products remains legal, is, to say the least, paradoxical. Indeed, this move is likely to encourage an increase in the sm
Sep 17, 2014 Jamaica Gleaner (jm)
added Sep 17, 2014 06:39