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Proposed Smoking Ban On NJ Beaches Goes To GovernorLawmakers in New Jersey have sent a measure to Gov. Chris Christie's desk to ban smoking at public beaches and parks.
New Jersey Considers Smoking Ban At Public Beaches, ParksThe Democrat-led Assembly and Senate are set to vote Thursday on the bill.
Montco Housing Authority Bans Smoking In County Owned PropertiesSmoking in common areas in county housing authority properties has been banned since 2009, now the agency is banning smoking inside units.
Writer Critical Of New FDA Rules On E-CigarettesJD Tuccille from Reason alleges the FDA is attempting the kill the vaping industry with their new regulations on e-cigarettes.
Montgomery County Bans Smoking In Parks And On TrailsThe amendments approved by the county commissioners also ban drones in the parks.
Study: No Suicide Risk For Anti-Smoking Pills Chantix, ZybanSeven years after U.S. regulators slapped their strictest warning on two popular smoking-cessation medicines citing risks of suicidal behavior, a large international study found no such risk.
Study: Cold Turkey Is Best Way To Quit SmokingA study adds support to the notion that people who give up cigarettes all at once are more likely to be successful.
San Francisco Raises Smoking Age To 21Beginning June 1, anyone looking to purchase tobacco products in San Francisco must be at least 21 -- not 18, the legal age in the majority of the country.
Bill Raising New Jersey Smoking Age To 21 AdvancesA bill to raise the smoking age from 19 to 21 in New Jersey has once again advanced in the Democrat-led Legislature.
NJ Lawmakers Want To Restrict Smoking At State's Beaches, ParksThe state Legislature has reintroduced a bill that was vetoed by Gov. Chris Christie in 2014.
Study: Hookahs More Toxic Than CigarettesResearchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found hookah exposes the smoker to more tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide than a cigarette.
Smoking No Longer Allowed At Philadelphia's 14 Psychiatric HospitalsPeople admitted, voluntarily or involuntarily, are no longer allowed to smoke in these hospitals.

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