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[Asia-pacific, Indiana] Attorney general applauds tobacco’s exclusion from trade deal

“It would be a huge step backward if tobacco companies were able to exploit the process for working out trade disputes in order to thwart each nation’s tobacco laws,” Zoeller said. “I am grateful to Ambassador Michael Froman and the USTR office for liste (Franklin College Pulliam School of Journalism)
added Oct 7, 2015 01:27

[Indiana] Bloomington Officials Remind Residents Of Smoking Ordinance

Due to a number of recently reported violations, the City reminds businesses and patrons of these establishments that the ordinance covers outdoor areas where food and drink are served. Below are a few commonly asked questions about the Smoking Ordinance
WBIW 1340 AM (Bedford, IN)
added Sep 24, 2015 12:54

CARTER: Lasting impact of Indiana tobacco battles essential, costly

Defending a $100 million dollar-plus annual payment from attacks by well-funded tobacco lawyers requires hundreds of thousands or more to be spent each year by Indiana fighting this challenge. For the years I represented Indiana, my payment represents .00
The Times of Northwest Indiana
added Sep 22, 2015 17:36

[Indiana] E-cigs might be sold to jail inmates

Sheriff Ray Dudley is exploring the possibility of making electronic cigarettes available to inmates in the Delaware County jail. Dudley said that electronic, or “vape” cigarettes, are in use in other Indiana county jails and could help with inmate behav
Muncie (IN) Star-Press
added Aug 23, 2015 18:13

[Indiana] EDITORIAL: The needed debate on e-cigarettes

As a matter of public policy, how do you weigh moving some people to a less-dangerous addiction against getting some people addicted who never were? A simple choice between "ban it" or "do nothing" does not seem adequate.
Fort Wayne(IN) News-Sentinel
added Aug 18, 2015 09:47

Study finds more Indiana teens smoking e-cigarettes

Indiana Youth Survey determined that fewer high school students are using tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars and pipes. However, one in four of the state’s 12th graders had used an electronic vapor cigarette...“The kids think it’s cool because
AP - Associated Press
added Aug 15, 2015 20:03

Indiana teens turn away from tobacco but pick up e-cigarettes instead ($$)

One in four 12th-graders, however, said that they had used an electronic vapor product, more commonly called an e-cigarette, in the month prior to taking the survey, according to a report released Wednesday.
South Bend (IN) Tribune
added Aug 15, 2015 20:02
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Survey: 25 Percent Of Indiana 12th Graders Have Used E-Cigs

Almost 25 percent of the Hoosier 12th grade respondents say they had used the handheld electronic devices that vaporize liquid nicotine solution in the last month, which is higher than the national average of 17 percent. The survey shows that in every g
Indiana Public Media - WFIU / WTIU
added Aug 14, 2015 10:57

More Than 1,500 Anti-Drug Leaders And Youth Meet This Week In Indianapolis To Learn How To Reduce Substance Abuse In Their Communities

WHY: The week-long training will teach participants how to address one of our nation's biggest public health challenges, youth drug use. Specifically, courses will focus on medicine abuse, as well how to create tobacco-free environments,
PR Newswire
added Aug 4, 2015 10:20

[Indiana] Is the vape trend as safe as it seems?

It’s no secret that vaping is on the rise among college students. “It’s literally the cool thing to do nowadays,” said George Ransom, the owner of the West Lafayette Smoke Shop. “So far this morning, I probably had like eight customers, and I’d say five
The Exponent (Purdue U.)
added Jul 30, 2015 04:31
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