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Harkin and Miller praise CVS decision to stop selling tobacco

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Harkin and Miller praise CVS decision to stop selling tobacco

By Dar Danielson Iowa Senator Tom Harkin is praising this week’s decision by CVS pharmacies to stop selling tobacco products. Though that drug store chain is the nation’s second largest. Harkin, is a Democrat who chairs the Senate’s Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, he says the number-one drug store Walgreens should follow suit. “I’m calling on all […]

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