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Viking Voices 2/9

Viking Voices showcases student opinions on different issues by asking them different questions. This week we asked students: “What do you think about Washington increasing the smoking age to 21?”

Nathan Muir, senior & business managment and sustainability major
Nathan Muir, senior & business management and sustainability major

“I am from Canada and the age there is 19, I thought 19 was appropriate you’re out of high school and are regarded as an adult. I think 21 might be a little high.”

Claire Forsberg, sophomore and business management major
Claire Forsberg, sophomore and business management major

“I think it’s good in that it encourages younger students to not smoke. I also think there are so many young people smoking it might also encourage the illegal purchase of tobacco.”

Emily Boyle, freshman and archeology major
Emily Boyle, freshman and archeology major

“I am not personally a smoker I think that raising the age to 21 will be benefit everybody in their health. I think it’s a really good idea it’s easier to pass for 18 then 21 for little kids.”

Joey Wiltse, junior and political science major
Joey Wiltse, junior and political science major

“I think it’s a good idea, I personally smoke cigarettes I am kind of biased but in my opinion I think no one really should.”

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