Tobacco 21 fails in close Senate vote

After a seesaw legislative session, the effort to raise the age for purchase of tobacco products from 18 to 21 has failed, suffering defeat in the Vermont Senate today by a vote of 13 (in favor of raising the age) to 16. 
 
To view how each senator voted, click here.  Please reach out to senators who supported this important public health measure and thank them.

 

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