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Lawmaker seeks formal opinion on local tobacco laws
Cottonwood was ahead of widespread vaping concerns, raised age to 21 in 2016

Cottonwood City Attorney Steve Horton told Capitol Media Services this week that he did consider pre-emption issues when the city raised its tobacco age to 21 several years ago. A Republican state legislature leader is hoping to block other cities from creating similar laws that might conflict with state laws. File photo

Cottonwood City Attorney Steve Horton told Capitol Media Services this week that he did consider pre-emption issues when the city raised its tobacco age to 21 several years ago. A Republican state legislature leader is hoping to block other cities from creating similar laws that might conflict with state laws. File photo

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