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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Organized crime smuggling tobacco into NJ

Organized crime has found a new way to make a big profit: by illegally transporting cigarettes into New Jersey and other Northeast states.

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Zero Creatives, Getty Images
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NJ Congressman Fights Against Tobacco [AUDIO]

A New Jersey congressman is pressing ahead with a plan to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in drug stores.

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E-Cigarettes
Assortment of e-cigarettes (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Should Electronic Cigarettes Be Taxed? [POLL]

Smokers of electronic cigarettes may have to pay the tobacco tax that cigarette smokers already pay.

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CVS to Ban Tobacco Sales [AUDIO]

The nation's second-largest drugstore chain has decided to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products as of Oct. 1.

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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.

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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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E-Cigarettes
Assortment of e-cigarettes (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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E-Cigs Gain Popularity Among Youths [AUDIO]

The Centers for Disease Control says so-called "emerging" tobacco products, such as electronic cigarettes, are gaining traction among youths. In fact, the CDC shows that children as young as middle school are using the devices.

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Carton of cigarettes.
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NJ Senator Wants To Raise Cigarette Buying Age To 21 [POLL/AUDIO]

Former New Jersey Governor and current State Senator Dick Codey plans to introduce a bill that would raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes in the Garden State from 19 to 21.

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UPenn Health System to Stop Hiring Tobacco Users

The University of Pennsylvania's health system says that beginning this summer people who use tobacco products will no longer be hired.

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An increasing number of colleges are implementing 100% tobacco-free policies (Flickr User ninasaurusrex)
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More NJ College Campuses Go Smoke-Free [AUDIO]

In a growing trend, New Jersey colleges and universities are giving tobacco a failing grade and banning tobacco use on campus. The increasing move is detailed in a new American Cancer Society report.

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