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Tobacco “look-a-likes” could be banned in Hoquiam

January 17, 2014

The Hoquiam School Board passed the first reading of an amendment to their tobacco on school property policy that will add tobacco “look-a-likes” as well as electronic cigarettes as banned paraphernalia.

Board member Hoki Moir brought up the subject of tobacco “look-a-likes” for the board’s approval and Hoquiam Superintendent Mike Parker explained that this not only includes electronic cigarettes, but the board went even further and included beef jerky chew and “Anything that looks like a cigarette or chew.”

The policy will have to pass a second and third reading before it is set.


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