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Englewood first town in NJ to raise smoking age to 21

Smokers in one Bergen County town now have

Smokers in one Bergen County town now have to be old enough to drink if they want to buy cigarettes. (August 8, 2014 8:38 PM)

Smokers in one Bergen County town now have to be old enough to drink if they want to buy cigarettes.

Englewood has become the first municipality in New Jersey to raise the age from 18 to 21.

The new law includes cigars and e-cigarettes as well.

Bharat Patel, the owner of Town Stationery says he supports the new movement.  He says it might hurt his business to an extent, but...

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