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NJ considers raising age to 21 to be sold tobacco (Philadelphia Inquirer, reporter Melanie Burney)

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The Sunday December 20, 2015 issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer published on story on how tobacco 21 is sweeping New Jersey and the USA.  It discussed the bill up for vote in the NJ Assembly, as well as local activity.

In response to the tobacco retail industry alleging that tobacco 21 laws are only “feel good”, Global Advisors on Smokefree Policy’s Executive Director Karen Blumenfeld, Esq. responded:  “There is a feel-good component to about it. People will feel good, better and healthier, if they are not smoking”.

Read more in the full news story.