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Ohio Judge Says Cities Can Ban Flavored Tobacco Products

The judge ruled that Ohio’s recently-passed ban on city’s banning flavored tobacco products is unconstitutional. The state is expected to appeal.

14 Cities File Lawsuit Against Ohio’s New Tobacco Preemption Law

Ohio’s new state law prevents cities and counties from enacting tobacco laws of their own, like banning the sales of flavored tobacco products. The plaintiffs claim the ban violates the state’s constitution and would harm public health.

Columbus, Ohio Approves Ban on Flavored Tobacco Sales

Leaders in Ohio’s largest city have unanimously approved a ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products.

Weekly News (Oct. 17, 2022)

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Upper Arlington, Ohio Parks Smoking Ban Approved

On Monday night, Upper Arlington became the second city in Ohio to ban smoking in its parks, joining Delaware in passing ordinances that will prevent…

Worthington, Ohio Approves Tobacco Purchasing Age Increase

On Monday night, the Worthington City Council made the central Ohio city the latest to join the Tobacco 21 movement, unanimously approving a law that…

Dublin, Ohio Approves Increase of Tobacco Purchase Age to 21

On Monday night, the Dublin City Council passed the second reading of an ordinance to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products and alternative…

Hilliard, Ohio Bans Tobacco Use in Parks

A ban on the use of all forms of tobacco products as well as electronic smoking devices will soon be coming to the Columbus, Ohio…

Grove City, Ohio to Begin Enforcement of Parks Smoking Ban

It’s been illegal to smoke in the parks of Grove City, Ohio since February 2016, but the city is about to step up both education…

Columbus, Ohio City Council Approves Tobacco Purchase Age Increase to 21

The Columbus City Council wasted no time in approving an increase to the minimum age to purchase tobacco, though it won’t go into effect for…

Columbus, Ohio Tobacco Purchasing Age Increase Approved by Board of Health

The Columbus Board of Health unanimously approved a measure that would raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21. While the measure…