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Published February 05, 2014, 05:37 PM

CVS plans to stop selling tobacco products in its stores

Drugstore Giant CVS is planning to stop selling tobacco products in its stores, including the one in Grand Forks.

By: David Schwab, WDAZ

Drugstore Giant CVS is planning to stop selling tobacco products in its stores, including the one in Grand Forks.

CVS is the first national pharmacy chain to do so. The company estimates the move will cost $2 billion a year in lost revenue.

CVS has 7600 stores across the US, and come October they say they plan to snuff out the sales of tobacco products.

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