For the fourth time since a smoking ban took effect, Washington state is seeing a movement to give cigar lovers state-regulated places to smoke.
A bill passed unanimously Thursday by the Commerce and Gaming Committee of the Washington state House would legalize cigar bars and smoking rooms in tobacco shops, allowing 115 new venues to smoke pipes and cigars
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Attorney General Bob Ferguson wants to make Washington state the first in the country where no one under 21 can have tobacco.
In a news conference Wednesday afternoon, Ferguson and lawmakers from the state House and Senate announced bills that would move the state's smoking age of 18 to 21, following the lead of several cities and counties nationwide
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