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UWL ESG Feb 25
is officially over! Great couple of days spent advocating for in WI and .
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KCTobaccoFree Feb 27
Indiana lawmakers have agreed to increase the penalties for tobacco retailers who sell tobacco or vaping products to anyone younger than 21 years old. via Now Warsaw
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Right now the Senate Judiciary Committee is hearing SF463 to raise Minnesota’s tobacco age to 21. . Senator will present her bill now.
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Katie Wagoner Feb 23
Dr. Duquette circa 1998...he has been advocating for tobacco prevention and policy for a long time! Its a marathon, not a sprint
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Smoke Free Tomorrow 18h
Why ? Because if you started smoking before age 21, it's a lot harder to quit. Plus, T21 laws reduce tobacco sales, especially of products favored by youth.
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Trinity Health Advocacy 12h
The Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act , goes a long way to address the health hazards of tobacco use by our nation's youth. Next up, the Senate needs to act promptly to pass this important bipartisan legislation as well.
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Katie Wagoner Feb 24
I couldn't be more proud and honored to have worked with this amazing group of future health educators and advocates over the past 3 days!
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Molly Moilanen, VP at and our coalition co-chair is testifying now in favor of in the Senate Judiciary Committee. A statewide bill would provide clarity and help our state make the most of Tobacco 21.
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Canadian Cancer Society—Atlantic Feb 26
We spoke with @GerrilLynnMackeay from about youth vaping and the actions provincial governments should be taking to address this major public health issue. Take a listen -
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OPMS Feb 26
Opinion: ‘More to do to limit smoking, improve health in Louisiana’ - Mike Rogers, MHCM, CEO,
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Molly Moilanen Feb 26
Thank you . We have a great team fighting for MN kids. We are grateful for the brave communities that set the wheels in motion. Plymouth was the 4th T21 community in MN and now we are up to 64!
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Laura K Smith Feb 25
Minnesotans overwhelming support tobacco prevention: *74% support *74% support prohibiting all flavored tobacco products (incl. menthol cigs) *88% support prohibiting smoking in cars w kids TWO THIRDS support all three policies (incl. 71% of GOP respondents)
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Canadian Cancer Society—Atlantic Feb 26
Yesterday, our spoke with about the dangers of vaping on . You can listen to the podcast on the CBC Listen app linked here - our interview starts 7 minutes into the show.
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Yesterday released a poll showing that 74 percent of Minnesotans support raising the tobacco age to 21.
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Mariah Welke Feb 23
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Replying to @smokefreegenMN
will help put the brakes on the youth tobacco epidemic and will help prevent kids from getting hooked by the tobacco industry. This is not about punishing our children — it’s about holding the tobacco industry accountable for creating addiction and disease.
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ClearWay Minnesota 17h
MN: "CentraCare supports raising tobacco age, banning flavors"
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Senator is speaking now about her bill to raise the state tobacco age to 21: Minnesota’s youth epidemic is real and protects our kids by keeping tobacco products out of our schools.
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Feb 26
Update from earlier today: the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced the statewide bill (SF463). Thanks for supporting this policy that will reduce youth tobacco use and ensure our state makes the most of this lifesaving policy!
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ClearWay Minnesota Feb 27
MN: "Tobacco bills fire up advocates, opponents at Capitol"
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