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    • Tobacco 21: What It Is and What’s Happening in Texas by: Christi Koenig Brisky, Esq. The Tobacco21 movement has made its way to Texas after a whirlwind policy shift across the United States. In both the House and the Senate, lawmakers have filed bills that would prohibit the sale of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and other tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. If passed, the ... Read more
    • Bud Light Raises Spuds MacKenzie From the Dead in Super Bowl LI Commercial By Kazia Conway I was watching Super Bowl LI with my family on Feb. 4, along with 100 million people who probably have families like mine that include young children. Let’s establish my family. My five-year-old daughter couldn’t have cared less about the game. Mommy likes the Patriots. Daddy is a Cowboys fan. Kennedy just likes to ... Read more

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    • Happy Memorial Day from TST! Memorial Day is coming up, so we encourage everyone to take a moment to remember those who have given their lives in service of the United States. At TST, our hearts are grateful for and humbled by the sacrifices so many honorable men, women, and families have made for our country. The increased travel that occurs ... Read more
    • YLC Members of the Month: Andrea Marquez and Carlos Vela Andrea Marquez and Carlos Vela were selected as the April and May YLC Members of the Month for their outstanding advocacy efforts; both made trips to the Texas Capitol to provide public testimony on issues that affect underage alcohol and tobacco use. Catching an early morning flight from El Paso to Austin, Andrea spent two days in ... Read more

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    Texans Standing Tall, Inc.Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 12:06pm

    "Despite the toxic ingredients commonly found in e-cigarettes and other vaping products, many adults don't think secondhand e-cigarette aerosol poses a risk to children, according to a report published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."