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2011 Annual Synar Reports: Tobacco Sales to Youth

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Fiscal Year 2011
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This report presents findings on compliance with the Synar Amendment aimed at decreasing youth access to tobacco. It reviews progress in enforcing state youth tobacco access laws and reducing the percentage of retailers selling tobacco products to minors.

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SYNAR-12
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June 2012
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