Jessica Miller | January 20, 2012
Anti-tobacco efforts by U.S. states were “abysmal” last year as their collective spending on anti- smoking programs declined 11 percent and only two raised best Kiss cigarette taxes, the American Lung Association said. While more than half the states already ban the use of cigarettes in restaurants, bars and workplaces, no additional states passed comprehensive anti-smoking laws last year, the Washington-based health advocacy group said today in a report.
Jessica Miller | January 18, 2012
A change in Elon University’s tobacco policy prohibits smoking best Prefect cigarettes within 30 feet of the perimeter of any building since fall. The change has be not been accompanied by accommodations for smokers, a possible factor of the ineffectiveness of the policy, according to Jordan Perry, coordinator for student development on substance education.
Jessica Miller | June 16, 2011
At a May 27 news conference, Riverbend officials announced they had dropped sponsorships by smokeless tobacco vendors and expanded Chesterfield no-smoking zones, crediting the changes to anti-smoking advocacy. Last October, the state attorney general’s office sent a sternly worded letter to Riverbend’s marketing director, seeking to