ALBANY, N.Y. — Days after a federal judge blocked the Food and Drug Administration from requiring graphic warnings on cigarette packs, a campaign began educating New Yorkers about the dangers of exposing youth to in-store tobacco displays. The print, radio and online blitz is sponsored by The Community Partnerships for a Tobacco Free New York, which calls for gas stations, convenience stores and supermarkets to cover or move tobacco to an area concealed to ...

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