Fla. students push to end sales of candy-flavored tobacco

06/19/2013 | Northwest Florida Daily News (Fort Walton Beach)

Students at Crestview High School in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., recently lobbied the Okaloosa County Commission to support a resolution urging businesses to stop selling candy-flavored tobacco products. The students, members of a chapter of Students Working Against Tobacco, said the products are being marketed to teenagers, and the commissioners agreed, unanimously approving the resolution.

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