News Release — CounterBalance June 30, 2015 Media Contact: Kate Nugent www.CounterBalanceVT.com Vermont youth exposed to tobacco where they learn and play Chittenden County – According to a new statewide assessment, stores selling tobacco products within 1,000 feet of a school are more likely to have tobacco marketing visible from outside the store, are more […]
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