It's time to regulate tobacco

Norelli, Terie; Larsen, Sylvia
October 2007
New Hampshire Business Review;10/26/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 23, p23
The article reports on the move of the government to modulate the use of tobacco in New Hampshire. According to the report by the Institute of Medicine, there are four significant measures needed to reduce tobacco usage, including the law which banned the use of cigarettes in bars and restaurants, a bill that prohibits youth smoking, funding for the state's cancer plan that includes tobacco prevention and regulating the marketing, manufacture and sale of the product.


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