North Oaks, Minn. Raises Tobacco Purchasing Age

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Minnesota continues to be a hot bed of the Tobacco 21 movement, as the North Oaks City Council recently passed an ordinance raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21-years-old, giving the state just over two dozen municipalities to sign on with similar increases.

The city has not yet posted the final ordinance on its website, however, previous versions of the ordinance proposed an effective date of June 30.

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North Oaks is home to approximately 5,200 residents and is located 10 miles north of St. Paul.

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