Nassau County, New York is considering increasing the sales age of all tobacco products to 21. Karen Bloomenfeld, along with other anti-tobacco advocates, medical professionals, and legislators, testified in support of raising the age. Arnold Drucker, a county commissioner in Nassau, stated that the law should be, “equal and level all over Nassau County”. ¬†We couldn’t agree more and look forward to welcoming Nassau County into the 225+ localities that have raised the age.

Check out the links below for the story from Newsday.

Karen Bloomenfeld addressing the public and media

Karen and Commissioner Arnold Drucker after the T21 hearing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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San Antonio, Texas is one of the first major cities in the state to start talking about adopting #T21. ... See MoreSee Less

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You can enlist in the military and die for your country at 18 but this city feels they have the right to decide whether you're mature enough or grown up enough to decide if you want to buy a pack of smokes? Fucking ridiculous! This ain't Dallas or Houston, vote out every fucking Liberal politician in this city! Enough of this bullshit already.

Okay fine, those with a military ID 18 to 21can continue to buy cigarettes. okay now?

Woohoo!

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Lake County officials officially passed #T21 last night and will go into effect on January 1, 2018.

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Lake County officials officially passed #T21 last night and will go into effect on January 1, 2018. 

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