Tobacco sales to minors lowest in history

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According to the latest analysis on the Synar Amendment program – a federal and state partnership geared towards ceasing tobacco sales to those under 18 – all the states and the District of Columbia have continued to reach their targets of limiting sales of tobacco to minors.

The analysis, conducted by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – which sponsors the Synar program, demonstrates that the average nationwide retail store infringement rate of tobacco sales is down to 8.5%.

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