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North Carolina Legislators Seeking to Raise Tobacco Purchase Age to 21

At least one more state will consider an increase in the tobacco purchasing age this legislative session, as a group of North Carolina state representatives...
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Bessemer City, N.C. Bans Smoking in Parks and Public Spaces

Come Sept. 1, smokers in Bessemer City, N.C. will be hard pressed to find a place to light up, as the city passed a comprehensive...
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Brunswick County, N.C. Unanimously Passes Parks Smoking Ban

The Brunswick County (N.C.) Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a ban on the use of all tobacco products in county-owned parks on Monday, according to...
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China Grove, N.C. Passes Parks Smoking Ban

On Tuesday night, the town council of China Grove, N.C. unanimously passed a smoking ban for its five parks and community building, quickly approving it as...
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Iredell County, N.C. To Begin Implementing Smoking Ban

It will be a bit of a lengthy process, but come Jan. 1, 2017, smoking and the use of e-cigarettes on Iredell County property will...
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Chatham County, N.C. Making Government Grounds Tobacco Free

Chatham County, N.C. will make all government-owned grounds completely tobacco free next year after the Chatham County Board of County Commissioners heard and acted on...
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Waynesville, N.C. Smoking Ban Passes

The Smoking Mountain town of Waynesville, N.C. just got a bit less smoky. Last week, the Board of Alderman voted unanimously in favor of a...
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Pitt County, N.C. Says No to Parks Smoking Ban

The Pitt County Board of Commissioners rejected a proposed smoking ban for parks and recreation areas on Monday, with a vote of 5-4 allowing smokers...
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Waynesville, N.C. Working on Smoking Ban

The Smoky Mountain town of Waynesville, N.C. continues to work on a smoking ban after looking at a first draft at its meeting on March...
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Mecklenberg County, N.C. Parks Smoking Ban Starts Today

A smoking and tobacco ban in Mecklenburg County parks goes into effect today, just about six months since its passage. The move affects some 200...
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Fayetteville, N.C. Delays Vote on Tobacco Store Restrictions, Again

The Fayetteville City Council has again delayed a vote on new restrictions on tobacco shops in the city, this time until a work session on...
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