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[Missouri] Want tobacco? You'll have to be 21 to buy it in St. Louis County

St. Louis County joined on Tuesday 190 other U.S. communities that have chosen to ban the sale of tobacco products and electronic nicotine delivery systems to anyone under the age of 21. The County Council enacted the ordinance in a 5-1 vote. West County
St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch
added Sep 15, 2016 17:37
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Missouri lawmakers pass e-cigarette regulations

Missouri lawmakers gave final approval Monday to legislation barring people younger than 18 from buying electronic cigarettes, while exempting the nicotine products from other tobacco sales restrictions.
Kansas City (MO) Star
added Sep 15, 2016 17:36
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Missouri’s E-Cigarette Veto Override May Lead To Showdown With FDA

legislators overwhelmingly overrode the governor’s veto of a bill governing electronic cigarettes and the nicotine-infused mixtures they deliver.... In contrast to Missouri’s new law, the agency is considering classifying e-cigarettes as tobacco products
KCUR 89.3 FM (Kansas City, MO)
added Sep 15, 2016 17:33
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[Missouri] Young adults say vaping helped them quit smoking, restrictions are dangerous

On the heels of an ordinance that passed Tuesday night banning the sale of both tobacco and vaping products to anyone under the age of 21 in St. Louis County, vaping business owners say they are worried less about their bottom line than about 18- to 21-
St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch
added Sep 15, 2016 17:29
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[Missouri] E-cigarette supporters fight St. Louis County legislation to hike minimum age to purchase tobacco

“The idea that raising the (minimum age) will magically turn young people away from tobacco products is wrong,” Corey Noles, the editor and publisher of a St. Louis-based vaping magazine told members of the county council at an afternoon hearing of the J
St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch
added Sep 15, 2016 17:23
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[California, Colorado, Missouri, North Dakota] Putting Profits Before Kids, Tobacco Companies Spend Big to Deceive Voters and Fight State Ballot Initiatives to Raise Tobacco Taxes

the tobacco companies once again are protecting their profits at the expense of kids and lives. Voters across the country should reject the industry’s lies and support genuine efforts to protect children from tobacco addiction and save lives.
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Sep 8, 2016 03:45
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[California, Colorado, Missouri, North Dakota] Putting Profits Before Kids, Tobacco Companies Spend Big to Deceive Voters and Fight State Ballot Initiatives to Raise Tobacco Taxes

By fighting the California, Colorado and North Dakota initiatives – while bankrolling the counterproductive Missouri measure – the tobacco companies once again are protecting their profits at the expense of kids and lives. Voters across the country shoul
PR Newswire
added Sep 7, 2016 16:15
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[Missouri] St. Louis County May Raise Legal Age

St. Louis County--Missouri’s most populated county--is looking to raise the minimum age people can legally buy tobacco products to 21 years old from 18, reported the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Councilman Sam Page was recently scheduled to introduce the le
Convenience Store/Petroleum (CSPNet)
added Aug 30, 2016 17:29
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[Missouri] Some Want to Snuff Out City Councilman's Smoking Age Increase

Some say the St. Louis City Councilmen’s proposal to raise the minimum smoking age from 18 to 21 is a bad idea. Bill Hannegan is the director of Keep St. Louis Free, a group dedicated to protecting personal freedoms of local citizens. He thinks the Coun
KMOX NewsRadio 1120 CBS (St. Louis, MO)
added Aug 29, 2016 21:30
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Patty Arrowood vs. Missouri Secretary of State and Raise Your Hand for Kids & Ms. Erin Brower: FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND JUDGMENT (PDF)

ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that ... the signatures collected for Initiative Petition 2016-152 be upheld as valid for purposes of determining whether the minimum registered voter signature requirement in the Missouri Constitution has been met; and that Count II
The Missouri Times (blog)
added Aug 25, 2016 04:20
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