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[Ohio] Morning Headlines: Televangelist Angley Wins Appeal in Labor Dispute; Cleveland's 'Sax Man' Dies / Akron raises tobacco purchase age to 21
After a month of debate, the final Akron City Council vote was eight in favor, three opposed and two abstentions. Among the opponents was Marilyn Keith, who questioned why the city should block what would otherwise be a legal sale to an adult. Ohio State
Apr 17, 2018 WKSU 89.7 FM (Kent, OH)
added Apr 17, 2018 19:15
Across Hamilton County, more and more women are kicking the habit early in their pregnancies, and the county’s infant mortality rate is improving as a result. In fact, the maternal smoking rate has dropped 30 percent over the past five years, according t
Apr 12, 2018 WCPO (Cincinnati, OH)
added Apr 15, 2018 18:15
One reason for the rise in popularity is pure economics, according to Ron Everhart of Best Price Cigarettes on Beall Avenue, who has seen an increase in e-cig sales recently. “Our lowest priced carton of traditional tobacco cigarettes is $43,” he said.
Apr 8, 2018 Wooster (OH) Record
added Apr 8, 2018 17:37
While Sandusky officials consider a citywide smoking ban within all green spaces they maintain, the area’s predominant public parks provider won’t consider reversing its stance anytime soon. Erie MetroParks officials follow state smoking guidelines. In a
Apr 7, 2018 Sandusky (OH) Register
added Apr 7, 2018 16:51
On Monday, the City Council will consider legislation that would impose fines of up to $500 for folks caught lighting up at Lake Anna, the Barberton Community Sports Complex and any of the other 14 parks around town. Barberton’s parks commission has lon
Apr 6, 2018 Akron (OH) Beacon Journal
added Apr 6, 2018 18:54
Cleveland, Columbus and many other cities across the country have joined the Tobacco 21 movement. They have barred the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products to anyone under age 21. Mayor Dan Horrigan wants Akron to do the same. The City Council h
Apr 5, 2018 Akron (OH) Beacon Journal
added Apr 5, 2018 04:37
Senate Bill 106 says it's illegal to smoke in a car if there's a child in it younger than 6 years old. Meaning if the child is 6 or younger it would be a $500 ticket if spotted by police. Seven or older and you're fine, legally.
Apr 4, 2018 WOIO & WUAB Channel 19 (Cleveland, OH)
added Apr 5, 2018 03:21
The proposed law would make it a primary offense, unlike a seatbelt law that requires officers to pull you over for another offense before writing you a ticket. Senate Bill 106 is sponsored by Ohio State Senator Charleta Tavares (D-Columbus).
Apr 4, 2018 WBNS-10TV CBS (Columbus, OH)
added Apr 4, 2018 16:55
In data released by Interact for Health, about half of young adults surveyed said they had tried an e-cigarette, as did nearly 30 percent of adults. That's up from about 19 percent of adults in 2016. President and CEO of the Cincinnati-based foundation
Apr 3, 2018 Cleveland (OH) Scene
added Apr 4, 2018 17:11
A proposed state law would fine drivers for lighting up, depending on the age of their passengers. Senate Bill 106 would apply to children six years old and younger.
Apr 3, 2018 WOIO & WUAB Channel 19 (Cleveland, OH)
added Apr 4, 2018 16:56