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Minnesota bill seeks to close tobacco loopholes

Published 03/31/2010, Bemidji Pioneer

Barred from advertising cigarettes on television, tobacco companies still spend $12.8 billion a year marketing a new generation of tobacco products. Some legislative efforts in Minnesota are trying to restrict those products, including Snus, a smokeless, spitless tobacco product advertised to traditional chewers and younger people, according to anti-tobacco groups.

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