Headlines Tagged with Maine — 1,391 headlines found
As a result, no individual, corporation, partnership, unincorporated association or other entity may sell, furnish, give away or offer to sell, furnish or give away a tobacco product to any individual under the age of 21 in the City of Portland. City of
Jul 19, 2016 WGME CBS 13 (Portland, ME)
added Jul 19, 2016 19:06
The city’s Government Operations Committee expects to discuss the proposal during its meeting Monday night. City councilors are considering adding smoking to the list of activities that aren’t allowed in the city’s parks. The ordinance already prohibits
Jul 18, 2016 WGME CBS 13 (Portland, ME)
added Jul 18, 2016 19:43
Maine’s adult smoking rate — 19.3 percent in 2014 — is above the national average of 16.8 percent...The health consequences of e-cigarettes, which can be helpful in smoking cessation, are not fully known. Raising the tobacco purchase age to 21 can be an
Jun 24, 2016 Bangor (ME) Daily News
added Jun 24, 2016 16:47
[Maine] FARMER: Portland councilors saw something, did something. Kids will live longer because they did
On Monday night, the Portland City Council stopped going along with a public health threat that jeopardizes kids in the community. Councilors voted unanimously to raise the legal age for people to buy tobacco in the city from 18 to 21.
Jun 22, 2016 Bangor (ME) Daily News
added Jun 22, 2016 22:40
drive-in owners were notified that the office “has received various compliance concerns” about drive-ins not complying with the state’s 2009 law banning smoking at commercial outdoor eating areas...the Attorney General’s Office, said the letter was prompt
Jun 12, 2016 Portland (ME) Press-Herald
added Jun 12, 2016 15:18
LePage’s administration is moving to reduct the role for Healthy Maine Partnerships, a cooperative effort by health care providers to fight tobacco use, drugs and obesity. That partnership was funded by about $5 million from the Fund for a Healthy Main
Jun 1, 2016 Raw Story
added Jun 2, 2016 11:49
The new ordinance won’t solve our cigarette addiction problems, but it will decrease the number of young people who start down the road of this powerful addiction. It’s one that many of them regret.
May 16, 2016 Portland (ME) Press-Herald
added May 16, 2016 14:24
"But we should emphasize that smoking remains the most common and strongest risk factor for bladder cancer, and therefore smoking cessation is the best method for reducing bladder cancer risk."
May 2, 2016 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added May 3, 2016 16:07
The City Council voted unanimously to direct its Health and Human Services Committee to work on an ordinance that would increase the minimum age from 18 to 21. Once drafted, the ordinance will return to the council for a public hearing and vote.
Apr 25, 2016 Portland (ME) Press-Herald
added Apr 27, 2016 16:38
Portland should move forward with a plan to raise the age for purchasing cigarettes to 21.
Apr 15, 2016 Kennebec Journal
added Apr 15, 2016 11:58