Universities and colleges have become the latest target for anti-smoking groups. There is controversy at one school that has imposed a ban on campus smoking.
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The West Chester Borough Council is scheduled to vote on new legislation that would fine smokers for littering their cigarette butts.
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Chester City Council adopted an ordinance, the first of its kind in Southeastern Pennsylvania, that bans smoking within 50 feet of parks, playgrounds, pools, and recreation centers in the city.
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The Philadelphia Department of Public Health posted a Smoking exhibit in the lobby of the Criminal Justice Center on Thursday in honor of World No Tobacco Day.
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City officials say nearly 20 years after the Criminal Justice Center opened, they’re still stymied by a stinking problem: people puffing on cigarettes in the building’s stairwells in defiance of Philadelphia’s smoking ban.
Researchers have found that people who smoke are more likely than those who don’t to have a workplace injury that results in a loss of activity.
The $54-million campaign is designed to get smokers to stop, and to prevent those who don’t smoke — especially kids — from starting.