Baltimore City Tries to Ban Sale of Flavored Tobacco Near Schools

Maryland Tobacco News > Baltimore City Tries to Ban Sale of Flavored Tobacco Near Schools
June, 2015

Health legislators in Baltimore City report that roughly half of city schools are located within 500 feet of a tobacco store. By selling flavored products such as mint and bubble gum, underage children are much more tempted to use tobacco products. With every 1 in 6 children using tobacco products in high school and more than 20% of stores selling tobacco products to minors, the city feels that they need to take another measure to reduce the number of underage tobacco users. 

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