With the use of electronic cigarettes on a sharp upswing, particularly among teenagers, a growing number of New Jersey towns are seeking to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco and “nicotine-delivery products” to 21 from 19.
In a list compiled by New Jersey Family magazine, Oradell, Closter, Harrington Park and Demarest outpaced most of the state's 565 municipalities in such features as quality of schools and recreational offerings, crime rate and travel time to Manhattan.
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