Twenty-eight State Attorneys General ask stores to stop selling tobacco, and follow CVS’ decision (Time)
Twenty-eight state attorneys general have asked five big retailers—Walmart, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Kroger and Safeway—to stop selling tobacco products. This news comes after CVS Caremark decided to stop selling tobacco products as it didn’t align with their company’s purpose.
Read the Time news article about the letters.
Read the letter sent to the retailers from the Attorneys General.
Read the Press Release from New York’s Attorney General.
Read GASP’s News Alert about CVS Caremark’s decision.