UOG Students to Host Panel Discussion on Raising Tobacco Use Age to 21


Want to voice your opinion or listen to what public health officials have to say about increasing the tobacco use age from 18 to 21? Then head to the University of Guam tomorrow for a panel discussion.

Guam – The UOG Communication Field Experience class will host a panel discussion with Tobacco Cessation Counselor from the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center’s Prevention and Control Program Counselor Peter Cruz, Department of Public Health and Social Service’s Tobacco Prevention and Control Program Manager Elizabeth Guerrero and Student Government Association President Samantha David. According to a release from UOG, the panelists will engage in discussion regarding the proposed bill and voice their various professional opinions and thoughts on the topic. The forum will be held tomorrow from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the CLASS Dean’s Office Professional Development Room, 3rd floor of the Humanities and Social Sciences building. 

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