The Board of Health wrapped up final edits on new tobacco regulations last week and inched closer to a public hearing.
Members answered some lingering questions Wednesday in regard to the proposed tobacco sales permit and hope to vote on a final draft next month.
The members came to a compromise and decided the board would only allow programs that it approved, giving them more control over standards but not limiting them to one program.
The board also had issues with the state fining structure and feared they were too harsh. It was believed that whoever violates the regulation would automatically be hit with a $1,000 fine.
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