School is in, smoking is out
Mississippi high school student Michael Henderson appreciates the fact that he can go to school and not feel pressure from his classmates to use tobacco products.
“I am 100 percent behind the ‘no tobacco products on school campuses’ rule because there is less chance of peer pressure,” said Henderson. “School is about learning, and students shouldn’t have to worry about being pressured to try tobacco products while they are at school.”
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