By the Editorial Board
California has one of the nation’s most smoke-free reputations. But that image has always been more hard-won than it seems.
El Senado de California aprobó esta semana elevar de 18 a 21 años la edad legar para poder fumar como parte de un conjunto de medidas legislativas que también regulará los cigarrillos electrónicos, informó el diario Los Ángeles Times.
By Alexei Koseff, SacBee
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The state Senate passed several bills Thursday as part of an anti-smoking legislation package, which aims to crack down on tobacco companies and e-cigarettes.
It’s being called one of the most sweeping changes the state has had in decades.
Cities have Option to Partner with Sanitation Districts on Stormwater Projects
by: Civic Publications, Inc.
By: Patrick McGreevy and Phil Willon
e state Senate on Tuesday approved a bill that would raise the minimum legal age for buying cigarettes and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 as part of an effort to reduce smoking by young people.
By: Pauline Bartolone (Health Care Reporter @CapRadioHealth)
The Senate Health Committee says it wants to learn more about the inefficiencies in health care spending.
Democratic State Senator Ed Hernandez chairs the committee.