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Governor Christie vetoes age 21 bill, Wayne continues its spot checks (Wayne Today, reporter Debra Winters)

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With Governor Christie vetoing the state bill that would have required the age be 21 to be sold tobacco and e-cigarettes, the Wayne Health Department will continue to do spot checks at tobacco retail shops, to ensure that persons under age 19 are not sold tobacco and e-cigarette products. GASP is cited in the article about the high rate of smoking amongst teens, along with the increased use of e-cigarettes and hookah smoking by teens.
Read the full Wayne Today February 4, 2016 story.