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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 13
, we still need to pass this session to maximize the benefits of this life-saving policy for Minnesota youth!
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 13
St. Peter High School students are standing up to by sharing myths about vaping with their peers, with the help of :
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 13
Arizona has joined Minnesota and other states in holding JUUL accountable for the youth nicotine epidemic. Momentum is growing for action to and protect all kids from tobacco addiction!
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 20
In 2019, 4⃣ Minnesota communities - starting in May with Lilydale - passed policies prohibiting flavored tobacco sales, including menthol!🎉🎊 This year, it's crucial take action to remove flavored tobacco, including menthol, from the market!
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Laura K Smith Nov 26
Heck yes! Cook County becomes Minnesota’s 55th community. We won’t stop until the whole state is protected by this lifesaving policy!
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 17
ICYMI: The city of Breckenridge passed this week, becoming the 58th Minnesota community to protect's our state's young people with this critical policy. ✅🚭🎊
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 20
For the first time in a generation, youth tobacco use has increased.🚬📈 Thank you, , for making sure Minnesotans have continued access to lifesaving quit-smoking services after ends!
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 14
🎊Congratulations to the city of Breckenridge for passing ! ✅🎊 That makes 5⃣8⃣ Minnesota communities who have adopted this life-saving policy. Let's continue to and protect our kids from tobacco addiction.
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MN Smoke-Free Gen 16h
It's ! Raising tobacco prices in Minnesota will help reduce youth smoking rates.📉🚬 By raising the price of a pack of cigarettes by $1.50, youth smoking would decrease by:
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Center For Prevention Dec 10
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Center For Prevention Dec 3
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Steffen calls for a health equity approach to comm tobacco policy in Op Ed:
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 14
True or False: States that have made larger investments in reducing tobacco's harm have seen faster declines in smoking rates among adults and youth. 🚭
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 15
Replying to @smokefreegenMN
The answer is TRUE! We have to do more to protect Minnesota's youth from harmful tobacco products. Funding tobacco prevention and passing policies like will help us achieve that.
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 16
For too long, Big Tobacco has hooked Minnesotans on their deadly products.🚫 Let's with statewide policies like ! Thanks to the Editorial Board for stating the facts about this public health crisis. 📰✅
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MN Smoke-Free Gen Jan 17
Thank you, Editorial Board for urging to pass and remove all flavored tobacco products from the market 🚭 These policies are critical to !
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AmericanHeartAssocMN Nov 22
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