Recent studies have suggested adults in Umatilla County, Oregon, are less healthy than the national average. The public health dept. would like to cut down on tobacco use and has a drastic proposal.

Bans on tobacco advertising don't go far enough, the health dept. says. They want ads eliminated from convenience stores.

The ads target children and are just as misleading and harmful as the TV and radio ads that are no longer legal.

To convince people they are a bad health option it is important to eliminate the counter-campaigns launched by the cigarette manufacturers.

It's logical, but it's also a little extreme. Are they going too far? Do you support this idea?

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