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Should New Jersey Raise the Smoking Age to 21? [POLL]

A new bill could mean that the smoking age in New Jersey could be raised from 19-21. 

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NJ Lawmakers Seek to Raise Smoking Age to 21

Two New Jersey lawmakers want to raise the minimum smoking age to 21.

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Smoking Ban Gets Revision [AUDIO]

The proposed smoking ban at New Jersey's public beaches, forests and parks was tweaked during this week's hearing on the bill in the state Senate.

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NJ College Smoking Ban Bill Advances

A legislative committee advanced a bill Thursday that would make New Jersey the latest state to ban smoking everywhere on college campuses.

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Smoking Banned on Belmar Beachfront [AUDIO]

Smokers can no longer light up on the beach or boardwalk of Belmar, thanks to a new ordinance that bans the practice along the beachfront and removes the remaining designated smoking areas.

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5 Reasons To Quit Smoking [VIDEO]

A Morris Township freshman at Delbarton has won the Great American Smokeout Contest which sought creative ways to spread anti-smoking messages.

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‘Cigarette Smuggling’ Cited by Tax Group [AUDIO]

Higher cigarette taxes are partly meant to discourage smoking, but they could be contributing to a different, and sometimes criminal, problem.

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Indonesian Islamic Leaders Pass Muslim Anti-Smoking Edict
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Colorado, Utah Move to Hike Smoking Age to 21

Two Western states with some of the nation's lowest smoking rates are considering cracking down even more by raising the tobacco age to 21.

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CVS Decides to Stop Selling Cigarettes
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Should More Stores Stop Selling Cigarettes Like CVS? [POLL]

 

The war on tobacco continues with CVS firing the latest salvo. The drug store chain has decided to stop selling cigarettes and tobacco products earning high praise from former smoker and current President Barrack Obama and first lady Michelle.

CVS Caremark, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain, said today that it will phase out cigaret

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Report: New Jersey Gets Mixed Results for Tobacco Control [AUDIO]

A new report from the American Lung Association on the tobacco battle gives New Jersey mixed grades.

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