NYC bill would put cigarettes out of sight in stores

In an attempt to reduce smoking among youths, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday unveiled a bill that would require retail stores to put their cigarettes and other tobacco products out of sight from customers. "Such displays suggest that smoking is a normal activity, and they invite young people to experiment with tobacco," Bloomberg said.

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