Duluth Takes on Big Tobacco

In the coming weeks, the city of Duluth is set to take on big tobacco as they are discussing banning flavored tobacco products from convenience stores.

“I just think it’s really just a simple equation to get to the point in which you are legally allowed to make the decision before you have access to these things detrimental to your own health, so you can make an informed choice,” said Dr. Glenn Simmons Jr., an assistant professor in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus.

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