Nebraska's "No Limits" program takes aim at teen smoking

12/6/2011 | Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan (S.D.)

Nebraska students are fighting back against tobacco product marketing aimed at teens through the state's "No Limits" program for grades seven through 12. The student-led program uses education and positive peer pressure to get teens not to smoke or to stop smoking, and it is planning a statewide "Kick Butts Day" at the State Capitol in Lincoln.

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