• Tobacco 21 – More evidence on the benefits of raising the minimum legal age

    Raising the minimum sale age for tobacco to 21 has emerged as a highly recommended measure for tobacco control systems.

    This blog reviews the history of Tobacco 21 measures and the research that has been conducted on the effectiveness of this measure at reducing tobacco or e-cigarette use by young people. (A downloadable version is available here.)
    Tobacco 21 laws help protect young people from nicotine

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