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California Bill Would Ban Tobacco Sales to All Born After 2006

The strongest and wildest approach yet to deter teen tobacco use at the state level is taking shape. A new California bill would ban all tobacco sales for any resident born on Jan. 1, 2007 or later.

Under Assembly Bill 935, current smokers would be able to continue buying tobacco products, but anyone younger than 16 years old today would not be able to buy tobacco—ever. 

It would essentially phase out tobacco use in California for an entire new generation.

Instead of punishing tobacco consumers, the bill would target retailers instead. It would do this by including a series of

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