Two New Jersey lawmakers proposed Thursday to raise their state's minimum age for buying cigarettes to 21, reaching across the Hudson River to borrow an idea from New York City in a gesture of regional cooperation to keep tobacco from many young adults.
Anyone who has ever listened to me at night on New Jersey 101.5 knows I’ve been very supportive of smoker’s rights. I don’t like to see smokers made out to be villains by this politically correct society that we live in, nor do I want to see cigarettes be the dumping ground whenever a politician needs to find tax money.
New research finds that women who smoke today have a much greater risk of dying from lung cancer than they did decades ago compared to those who never smoked. That is partly because they are starting younger and smoking more than women used to.
A new study shows that for approximately one third of apartment and condo residents, secondhand smoke is seeping through the walls and traveling through ventilation systems. About 3.3 million New Jersey residents live in multi-unit housing.
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