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Metro May Prohibit Smoking in Park Except in Puffer Zones

| June 30, 2011

high quality avalon cigarettes Smoking Avalon may soon be outlawed in most parts of regional parks and beaches run by Metro Vancouver. The Metro parks committee on Wednesday recommended smokers be limited to puffing only in specific smoking zones to be determined by staff. The restrictions go to a vote of the Metro board July 24. Smoking zones would be close to popular areas where many people congregate, provided they minimize secondhand smoke exposure, litter and the risk of fire.

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Humana Won’t Engage Smokers in Arizona

| June 30, 2011

best pall mall cigarettes onlineIf you light up a Pall Mall cigarette, it will snuff out your chances to land a job with health-insurance giant Humana Inc. The health insurer said Wednesday that it will no longer hire workers in Arizona who smoke or use other tobacco products, part of a trend of employers who are cracking down on tobacco use among workers.

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Pequannock Council Proposes Selective Smoking Ban

| June 30, 2011

high quality beratt cigarettes onlineThe Township Council has backed off the idea of banning smoking Beratt on all publicly owned properties, and it may instead settle on a selective ban that outlaws the habit only in spots that regularly draw either children or large gatherings of people, such as playgrounds or sports fields.

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Youth Tobacco Sales Vogue Down

| June 30, 2011

best vogue cigarettes onlineU.S. states and the District of Columbia showed a downward trend during the last 14 years in sales of Vogue and tobacco products to minors, health officials say. However, the report by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, says there was one exception, when the average national retailer violation rate of tobacco sales to minors increased to 10.9 percent in fiscal year 2009 from 9.9 percent in FY2008.

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Sales of Tobacco to Minors Falls, Government

| June 29, 2011

glamour cigarettes onlineSales of tobacco to minors has hit an all time low, according to a new government report. Reducing tobacco and Glamour sales has been a priority nationally and in Maryland for years, and now the average violation rate by retailers is down to 9.3 percent, the lowest level in the 14 year history of the Synar program. Synar, named for a former congressman from Oklahoma, aims to eliminate sales to minors and is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admistration.

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