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Montana receives an “A” for smoke free air laws

The “A” was based on the restrictions Montana has in place as well as enforcement and penalties for violating those restrictions...smoking is not allowed in schools, restaurants or bars...received a “C” grade for access to cessation services, a “D” grade
KBZK CBS 27 (Bozeman, MT)
added Jan 26, 2017 17:34
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Montana Youth E-Cigarette use is WAAAAY Higher Than the National Average

“In Montana, our current usage rates for high school students are 87.5 percent higher than the national rate.” Aune says the state of Montana is attempting to combat the use of nicotine products among youth, with some new advertising. “Right now we have
KGVO Newstalk 1290 AM & 101.5 FM (Missoula, MT)
added Jan 25, 2017 23:49
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New report gives Montana an “A” for smoke free air laws

Montana received a “C” grade for access to cessation services a “D” grades for prevention and cessation funding and tobacco taxes and an “F” for not raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21.
KTVH NBC (Helena, MT)
added Jan 25, 2017 21:32
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[Montana] ROZAN: Apartment dwellers deserve smoke-free homes, too

Along with saving lives, landlords should know that going smoke-free makes economic sense. Surveys by the Montana Tobacco Use and Prevention Program show that only 19 percent of Montana renters are protected by smoke-free policies, but 85 percent of tena
Montana Standard
added Nov 30, 2016 04:59
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[Montana] ANDERSON: Congress must act soon to save vaping industry

as the owner of a vape shop in Billings, I am asking Congress to intervene when they return to Washington after November’s elections. Sens. Jon Tester, Steve Daines, and Rep. Ryan Zinke have already demonstrated a helpful understanding of this governmen
Billings (MT) Gazette
added Nov 15, 2016 20:43
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[Montana] OAKLEY: Big Tobacco bets big on vaping

The FDA is moving in the right direction by putting in place stiff regulatory barriers to prove that ENDS don’t cause public harm.
Billings (MT) Gazette
added Nov 14, 2016 15:21
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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] SHAPIRO: Tobacco, e-cigarette marketing targets kids

Many convenience stores are located near schools and parks. ...The Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program and Lewis and Clark Public Health are working to raise awareness of tobacco marketing techniques through TV ads, billboards and educational presentat
Montana Standard
added Aug 22, 2016 13:09
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[Montana] WARREN: Big Tobacco uses store ads, displays to target kids

Tobacco advertising placed at children’s eye level on store doors and windows are also impossible to miss. None of this is by chance. Research shows that sweet flavors and in-store displays capture kids’ attention. Big Tobacco is always looking to hook
The Missoulian
added Jul 22, 2016 17:15
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[Montana] DAMM: Celebrate a smoke-free Father’s Day

Dads who smoke can celebrate Father’s Day by quitting; and all dads—smokers and nonsmokers alike—can celebrate Father’s Day by taking a number of effective actions to protect their kids from becoming another one of the tobacco industry’s addicted custome
Sidney (MT) Herald-Leader
added Jun 15, 2016 14:59
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