Tasmania, a state in Australia, plans to raise the smoking age from 18 years to 21 or 25 years; this make the state the place with the strictest anti-smoking law in the world.

Over 20 percent of Tasmanians smoke despite active public health programs against smoking.

However, the implementation may be difficult.


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