Texas Tobacco 21 Supporter Form
About 95% of smokers start before the age of 21. In Texas, 10,400 kids become daily smokers every year. The current smoking rate for Texas high school students is 7.4% for cigarettes and 10% for e-cigarettes.

Raising the tobacco sale age to 21 is an effective strategy to fight tobacco use and it is gaining momentum nationwide. California, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Oregon have raised their tobacco sale age to 21, along with at least 360 cities and counties across the country. Now there’s an effort underway to do the same in Texas. Let’s get it done. Now is the time for you to join the movement to raise the age of sale of tobacco products in Texas!

YES! I support raising the minimum legal sale age of tobacco products to 21 years old.

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