Miss. Senate, House Pass Bill To Raise Age To 21 For Tobacco Sales

All that is left is for the Governor to sign it

A bill that would raise the age of tobacco sales in Mississippi to 21 made it to the governor’s desk.

The bill has already passed the House and Senate and is designed to cut down on vaping in schools.

Senate Bill 2596 includes ending the sale of tobacco or alternative nicotine products to anyone under 21 years old, and bans high school, junior high or elementary school students from possessing tobacco on any school property.

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