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WMBC-TV interviews GASP on raising tobacco age of sale to 21 (TV, WMBC-TV, Reporter Lisa Voyticki)

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A trend sweeping the nation is to raise the age of selling tobacco and electronic smoking devices to age 21. New Jersey currently requires a minimum age of 19 to be sold these products, but communities in the state are passing local ordinances to increase the age to 21. GASP Executive Director Karen Blumenfeld, Esq. is interviewed by WMBC-TV.

You can watch the WMBC-TV interview here.