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Students still find ways to smoke in face of Tobacco 21 ordinance

Students still find ways to smoke in face of Tobacco 21 ordinance

By Lauren Wortman and Tessa Weinberg | Nov. 17, 2015

Despite the Tobacco 21 ordinance, students still find ways to obtain tobacco products and local businesses continue to sell to them.

In Print: First, Second and Sixth Ward elections bring fresh faces to City Council

By Maggie Stanwood and Ruth Serven | April 8, 2015

Rev. Clyde Ruffin took the First Ward with 327 votes.

Tobacco 21 petition efforts stirring

In Print: Tobacco 21 petition efforts stirring

By Hailey Stolze | Jan. 21, 2015

After failing to receive enough signatures on a referendum petition, Columbia residents are working on an initiative petition.

Editorial: Tobacco 21 deserves swift repeal

The new law is unlikely to stop many from smoking, but sure to hurt local businesses.

Chadwick resigns to allow special election in April

By Hailey Stolze | Jan. 7, 2015

Chadwick left office less than a month after her "Tobacco 21" initiative took effect.

City Council passes Tobacco 21

By Hailey Stolze | Dec. 16, 2014

The bill passed 6-1.

In Print: New MU Health Care policy bans hiring nicotine users

By Hailey Stolze | Dec. 10, 2014

Nicotine users of any kind — including users of alternative nicotine products — will no longer be hired by MU Health Care after Jan. 1, 2015.

In Print: ‘Tobacco 21’ proposal ignites debate over freedoms

By Ruth Serven | Dec. 3, 2014

The bill’s proponents aim to aid public health, but opponents argue it would curtail individual rights.