California Tobacco Ban

California Assemblymember Damon Connolly, a Democrat from San Rafael, speaks to reporters Thursday in Sacramento. Connolly has authored a bill that would ban the sale of tobacco products to anyone born after Jan. 1, 2007.

SACRAMENTO — Some California lawmakers want to eventually ban all tobacco sales in the nation’s most populous state, filing legislation to make it illegal to sell cigarettes and other products to anyone born after Jan. 1, 2007.

If signed into law, it would mean by 2073, people wanting to buy cigarettes would have to show ID to prove they are at least 67 years old.

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Jimzan 3

Its OK to smoke Meth, and Crack (Hunter Biden's favorite) but not cigarettes. SMH The democrats will allow your children to kill themselves (think Gender Confusion Suicide rate) long as it suits their agenda. He comes another rate Fed rate hike....Enjoy the misery Biden is inflicting on you....HEY !! maybe grab a pack of smokes and head to Ukraine...where Pedo Pete (Joe Biden) will set up a wellness center for whatever "cost" it takes.

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