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American Medical Association recommends tobacco 21 (The Star-Ledger, Reporter Susan Livio)

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The AMA recently recommended that the age of selling tobacco and electronic smoking devices be increased to 21 years of age. GASP Board of Trustees’ President Fred M. Jacobs, MD, JD is interviewed by reporter Susan Livio for this Star-Ledger news story and GASP is cited on the front page of the Star-Ledger as a resource for tracking NJ towns that have passed a tobacco 21 ordinance.