Smoking will no longer be allowed at private membership clubs after April 1, when new Board of Health tobacco regulations go into effect.
Despite opposition from the Franklin Rod & Gun Club, the board adopted the regulation on Tuesday as well as several more restricting the sale of tobacco products in town.
Beginning April 1, stores, under the regulations, won’t be able to sell blunt wraps — flavored tobacco rolling papers — and four packs of cigars priced under $2.50, aimed at curbing the number of teenage smokers in town.See more at: http://www.milforddailynews.com/article/20140205/NEWS/140208530/1994/NEWS#sthash.feEOkjVS.dpuf
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The proposed (now approved) tobacco regulations can be found on the Franklin webpage here
Prior posts on the regulations as they were announced and discussed at the public meeting in January
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