City considers its own 21-and-over tobacco purchasing law
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Lebanon, New Hampshire, will consider raising the minimum purchasing age for tobacco to 21 under a new ordinance, despite a recent federal law that mandates the same.

Like the new federal tobacco law that took effect Jan. 1, the proposal would also require those purchasing tobacco — including cigarettes, e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco — to be at least 21, Valley News reported Monday.

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