Tobacco Products Masquerade as Candy

Tobacco Products Masquerade as Candy

The Campaign for Tobacco-Freee Kids is throwing down some tough criticism of tobacco companies for marketing their products to kids despite legal restrictions.

Danny McGoldrick, spokesman for the campaign, says some tobacco products masquerade as candy.

Fruit-flavored smokes would still leave a telltale odor behind, but the market for smokeless tobacco is getting even trickier, and parents need to be aware.

Wyoming has some of the highest rates of teen tobacco use in the nation. Sixteen percent of Wyoming teenagers smoke or chew, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

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