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[Montana] VIDEO: Proposed rule would ban indoor use of e-cigarettes in Yellowstone County, create 30-foot rule

You won't be able to use e-cigarettes in enclosed public spaces under new rules being proposed by the RiverStone Board of Health. The Board is also proposing to keep smoke from coming into buildings by preventing people from smoking within 30-feet of
KTVQ (Billings, MT)
added Jun 13, 2017 08:21
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[Montana] KINGFISHER: Tobacco industry threatens sustainable development

Local activities in Missoula will include an End of Year BBQ scheduled for Friday, June 2, from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., at McCormick Park in collaboration with Missoula County Public Schools Indian Education for All Department and Missoula Urban Indian Healt
The Missoulian
added Jun 2, 2017 03:29
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[Montana] EDITORIAL: Proposed tobacco tax increase punitive, unfair

Montana Senate President Scott Sales’ comments.... “This tax is punitive to the people who are least able to pay, and we should not balance the budget on the backs of these people,” said Sales. We agree.
Great Falls (MT) Tribune
added Apr 10, 2017 18:59
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[Montana] Great Falls vape shop owner reacts to proposed tobacco tax increase

The Montana Senate on Thursday approved a big increase in state tobacco taxes, which supporters said would help fund healthcare costs related to smoking while encouraging more people to quit, or not start. The Senate voted 27-22 for Senate Bill 354, whi
KRTV (Great Falls, MT)
added Apr 1, 2017 11:59
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[Montana] Bill introduced to increase direct care salaries by expanding tobacco tax

In addition to increasing taxes on cigarettes by a dollar amount, all other forms of tobacco, including e-cigarettes for the first time, would see a tax increase of 24 percent. Senate Bill 354 intends to lower healthcare costs by encouraging people to st
Billings (MT) Gazette
added Mar 28, 2017 03:53
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[Montana] Smoking declining four years after MSU went tobacco-free

“Overall, yes, it’s successful,” said Marci Torres, MSU’s health advancement director. “We still have some challenges, but that’s not any different from any campus.” MSU went tobacco-free in August 2012. That marked a historic change for a campus where
Bozeman (MT) Chronicle
added Oct 9, 2016 14:42
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[Montana] Growing concerns about the use of electronic cigarettes

The use of electronic cigarettes continues to be a concern prompting the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services to issue a warning. One of the biggest concerns is e-cigarettes are not regulated except they cannot be sold to anyone under t
KTMF ABC 23.1/FOX 23.2 (Missoula, MT) / KWYB ABC 18.1/FOX 18.2 (Butte, MT)
added Mar 3, 2016 23:14
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[Montana] Through With Chew Week February 14-20

 Through With Chew Week continues to be observed during the third full week in February, with the Great American Spit Out taking place the Thursday of that week. Challenge yourself or someone you love to give up chew Thursday, Feb. 18, in observance o
Fallon County (MT) Times
added Feb 18, 2016 11:49
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[Montana] Parks board won't recommend changing tobacco ban in response to religious concerns

A request to modify the ban on tobacco use in Helena’s parks to accommodate Native American ceremonies failed Wednesday to win support from the City-County Parks Advisory Board. Had the parks board agreed to recommend a change, it would have been forwar
Helena (MT) Independent Record
added Jan 7, 2016 05:15
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[Montana] Billings SD2 moves to ban electronic cigarettes

The district wants to curb the use of electronic cigarettes among Billings students. Although Board policies already include prohibition of alternative nicotine and vapor products, the amendment to explicitly include the products was voted in favor of.
KTVQ (Billings, MT)
added Aug 18, 2015 09:12
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