Pharmacy tobacco ban expands locally
Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge are the first local communities to ban tobacco sales at stores with pharmacies, one of several proposals aimed primarily at keeping youths from buying cigarettes and other tobacco-related products.
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#1 May 4, 2012
I'm not a smoker, I think it's nasty and pretty foolish. But, I'm not sure I agree with this action.
#2 May 4, 2012
I'm a nicotine junky, it's a nasty, dirty habit. I wish more places would stop selling those coffin nails.
#3 May 4, 2012
So you wouldn't have a problem if, I don't know, say a dramatic number of places didn't sell them anymore? If they were only available in grocery stores or something like that, would you object to that? It interests me, like I said, I'm no smoker but I also don't feel I have a right to tell someone they can't smoke if they are of age. Also, if they aren't one of those idiots who smoke with the windows up in their car while their kids are in it.
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