Clearing the air on the tobacco generational endgame Bill


One of the main aims of the GEG Bill is to legally prevent those born after 2007 from ever picking up the habit of smoking or vaping. — Filepic

In 2012, the Thai Health Promotion Foundation released an anti-smoking advertisement that went viral due to the stars of the advertisement: children.

In the video clip, children would approach adults smoking in public to ask them for a light.

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