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The latest public health crackdown from New York City's mayor would prevent store owners from publicly displaying tobacco products. This initiative follows an effort to limit the sale of 16-ounce sugary drinks. Host Scott Simon talks with Dr. Thomas Farley, New York City's health commissioner, about the city's role as an incubator for novel public health initiatives.
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