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Oneida County Retailers 95% Compliant on Tobacco Sales
RHINELANDER - The Oneida County Health Department released the results of the Wisconsin Wins compliance checks.

The program sends minors accompanied by county health officials to purchase tobacco products.

Wisconsin law requires all retailers to check for I.D. if the customer appears to be under 40 years of age.

The Health Department and the Northwoods Tobacco-Free Coalition worked together to conduct the random checks.

This year's results showed 95% of retailers were in line with the law.
You can see a full list of compliant retailers here.

Story By: Cooper Henckel


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