Headlines Tagged with New Jersey — 3,072 headlines found
There is a lot about vaping that even the CDC admits it does not know. That lack of knowledge should not prevent the state from becoming more proactive in stemming its use among teens.
Jan 18, 2018 Hackensack (NJ) Record/Herald News
added Jan 18, 2018 18:25
You vape, you get drug tested — that’s the deal in Essex County school districts, like Millburn and Montclair, and in Bergen County districts, like Ramsey. Policies are being upgraded as e-cigarettes become more popular among teens. If caught using a va
Jan 17, 2018 CBS New York - Ch. 2
added Jan 18, 2018 18:23
[New Jersey] Chris Christie's final acts: Bills he made law and killed, from drones to circus animals
Chewing tobacco on school property in now outlawed in New Jersey. Students caught with chewing tobacco would lose parking lot privileges and forfeit their place on team sports and other extracurricular activities, according to the bill (A493). Adults wo
Jan 16, 2018 NJ.com
added Jan 18, 2018 19:04
A-3975/S-3361 permits smoking in certain facilities for medical or health-related scientific research. It is now legal to smoke indoors in New Jersey, but only for scientific purposes. The new law carves out a pocket in the strict “no smoking” state pol
Jan 9, 2018 NJ Spotlight
added Jan 9, 2018 22:07
Matt Doherty, mayor of Belmar, told a New Jersey radio station that after his Monmouth County borough instituted its smoking ban in the spring of 2014, merchants along the beach noticed an uptick in business.
Jan 6, 2018 NJ.com
added Jan 8, 2018 15:45
IT IS HEREBY DECLARED, SUBJECT TO SUBSEQUENT CHANGE, THAT THE MINIMUM PRICES AT WHICH CIGARETTES MAY BE SOLD IN NEW JERSEY IS SET FORTH ON THIS PAGE AND ON THE NEXT TWO PAGES.
Jan 3, 2018 State of New Jersey
added Jan 18, 2018 19:04
The outgoing Republican governor also signed another health-related law, this one dedicating a small mount of tax revenue to fund smoking cessation programs. Christie gutted most state-funded anti-smoking efforts early in his first term.
Dec 18, 2017 NJ.com
added Dec 18, 2017 15:03
Christie on Friday approved legislation to divert one percent of all tax revenue from sales of cigarettes and other tobacco products to the State Department of Health to fund programs to combat use. That appropriation will generate between $6 and $7 mill
Dec 15, 2017 New York Observer
added Dec 16, 2017 20:03
Legislation would divert portion of annual tobacco tax collection to anti-smoking initiatives
Dec 11, 2017 NJ Spotlight
added Dec 11, 2017 12:18
Students and faculty were invited to attend a forum on Nov. 14 to discuss Rider potentially adopting a smoke-free campus policy that many colleges and universities nationwide have recently implemented. Sponsored by the Center for Wellness and Health Stu
Nov 29, 2017 Rider News
added Nov 29, 2017 15:18