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Law snuffs out mailing smokes to troops

By Kristin M. Hall - The Associated Press
Tuesday Aug 10, 2010

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Family and friends have suddenly found themselves blocked from shipping cigarettes and other tobacco products to American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq because of a new law meant to hamper smuggling and underage sales through the mail.

To read the entire article about this law and its effects on military families in particular:

http://www.marineparents.com/announcements/pact-apwire.asp