N.D. DOH: Spit tobacco not safe
BISMARCK (AP) -- Now that North Dakota workplaces are legally smoke-free environments, the state Department of Health is reminding people that spit tobacco is not a safe alternative.
Officials with the department's Tobacco Prevention and Control Program encourage chew-tobacco users to get help with quitting during Thursday's Great American Spit Out.
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