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NJ Towns are raising the age to 21 to be sold tobacco (Star Ledger, reporter Dave Hutchinson)

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The July 8, 2015 issue of the Star-Ledger featured a story on towns passing ordinances to increase the age of sale to 21 for tobacco and electronic smoking devices. GASP Executive Director Karen Blumenfeld, Esq. is quoted about the reasons why towns are interested in this trending local policy initiative. GASP tracks all ordinances related to tobacco 21 in New Jersey.

Read more in the July 8 story.