North Andover, Mass. Raises the Age for Tobacco to 21

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Effective Sept. 1, you will need to be at least 21-years-old if you want to purchase tobacco products in North Andover, Mass., as the town’s board of health unanimously approve the change at its meeting on Thurs., June 25.

While neither the town nor the board has formally announced the vote, EagleTribune.com reported the results. The board felt pressure to keep North Andover from becoming an island in Essex County where the age wasn’t 21, as Andover, Danvers, Lawrence and Methuen have raised the minimum age to 21.

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North Andover has a population of approximately 30,000 people and is located just over 25 miles north of Boston.

 

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