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A 1923 resolution to retain the present anti-cigarette law by the Kansas branch of the National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teachers Association. The anti-cigarette law was passed in 1889 prohibiting anyone to sell, give, or buy cigarettes for individuals under the age of 16. Following WWI, public opinion about cigarette smoking had changed and the law was repealed in 1927.

Creator: Kansas Branch National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teachers Association
Date: January 13, 1923

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Item Number: 214069
Call Number: Governor's records, Allen, Correspondence, Box 14 Folder Legislative Special Session 1919
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 214069

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