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Compliance snuffing out hefty fines / Violations fewer in Ohio smoking ban’s 10th year

few establishments in Lucas County or across the state are actively racking up new violations. Lisa Zumstein, sanitarian program specialist for the state’s Smoke-free Workplace Program, called its legacy “a success,” citing rising public approval and few
Toledo (OH) Blade
added Nov 14, 2016 15:05

Millennials Think E-Cigarettes Are Safer - Ohio State Does Not

The OSUCCC is recruiting healthy volunteers who currently use tobacco products for two clinical studies underway to evaluate the health effects of electronic cigarettes (known as "e-cigs" or "vaping") and other tobacco products.
Science 2.0
added Nov 5, 2016 14:42
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[Ohio] Hamilton considers smoking, tobacco ban on all city property

City government is in the early stages of considering an assault on tobacco use on several fronts, Human Resources Director Tim Werdmann recently told City Council. That includes banning all tobacco and e-cigarette use at all city properties and work si
Dayton (OH) Daily News
added Oct 9, 2016 14:41

[Ohio] GCHD recognizes role of environmental health in reducing smoking harm

World Environmental Health Day is September 26...This year’s theme is tobacco control and the National Environmental Health Association is focusing specifically on the negative health effects of second and third hand smoke. The Galion City Health Departm
WBCO 1540 AM (Bucyrus, OH)
added Sep 24, 2016 15:44

[Ohio] Number of tobacco-free workplaces increase

The Partnership to Improve Community Health Grant continues to pursue workplaces to work with our staff to implement tobacco-free campus policies. This initiative has been moving forward since 2012 and continues to gain ground as more workplaces partne
added Sep 21, 2016 01:25

Reliably Red Ohio County Finds Both Trump and Clinton Hard to Stomach

Ed Paxton, 51, runs a cigar shop...planned to vote for Mr. Trump for standard Republican reasons: He wants lower taxes and less regulation. He is upset about an excise tax of 40 cents per cigar imposed in 2009 to fund a children’s health insurance progra
New York Times
added Sep 10, 2016 22:34

[District of Columbia, Ohio] FACT SHEET: At Cancer Moonshot Summit, Vice President Biden Announces New Actions to Accelerate Progress Toward Ending Cancer As We Know It

The Massive Acceleration in Prevention Science (MAPS) collaboration aims to lower the smoking rates for at-risk populations that have higher incidences of undiagnosed lung cancer ...use social media, mobile health, and a variety of technological interven
The White House
added Sep 7, 2016 15:03
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[Ohio] Rio Grande campuses now tobacco-free

All campuses of the University of Rio Grande are now completely tobacco-free, according to a release from the university. Rio's Wellness Committee approved the new policy in late July to be put into place by the upcoming fall semester.
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
added Sep 2, 2016 15:12
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[Ohio] Chardon leaders eye expanding smoking ban, adding teeth to lawn maintenance laws

recent complaints from residents and business owners prompted Council’s Legislative Committee to mull a more extensive policy at an Aug. 31 meeting. “They object to the depositing of cigarette butts on the street and secondhand smoke at times entering th
Willoughby (OH) News-Herald
added Sep 1, 2016 14:40

[Ohio] Miami Township parks to be smoke-free

Miami Township trustees voted to make all township property, including all parks, tobacco and smoke free beginning Jan. 1, 2017. Partners for a Drug-Free Milford Miami Township began speaking to the township trustees in the spring, said township Adminis
Clermont (OH) Sun
added Aug 27, 2016 18:45
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