More good news from the west coast. Oregon’s Tobacco 21 effort is moving forward with great bi-partisan support as well as support from multiple news outlets. This week, the Portland Tribune, one of Oregon’s premier news sources, has come out in support of enacting a minimum legal sales age increase.The Portland Tribune is just one of a multitude of supporting organizations from around the state. Read more about their support at the link in the bottom of this post.

The Tobacco 21 for Oregon Coalition is made up of over 30 partner organizations, all working towards the common goal of advancing the opportunity for good health in Oregon’s youth. Check out the coalition’s Facebook page (here) and fact sheet (here).

-EB

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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!

6 days ago

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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. 

Read more --> http://bit.ly/T21LakeCounty