Text version of the "Know the Law" Quiz
Which of the following are NOT considered tobacco products by state law?
Correct Answer: F. The state defines tobacco products as "any substance that contains tobacco, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, snuff, smoking tobacco, tobacco papers, or smokeless tobacco.
Which of the following tobacco products are legal to sell to people under 18?
Correct Answer: A. State law prohibits selling ANY tobacco product to persons under age 18.
According to state law, when someone approaches you to buy tobacco, what should you do?
Correct Answer: B. Always check ID -- it's your only defense if an inspector catches you selling to a minor.
What is the minimum amount the state will fine you personally if you sell tobacco products to someone younger than 18?
Correct Answer: C. Selling tobacco to a minor can result in a personal fine of at least $100 for the first offense!
State law requires that tobacco product sales be "vendor assisted." What does this mean?
Correct Answer: A. State law requires that ALL tobacco sales be vendor-assisted, which means no customers can access the products without assistance from an employee. The only exception is for stores that sell ONLY tobacco, meaning at least 75% of the items in the store are tobacco products.
State law allows inspectors to make sure that stores comply with the law. When can these inspections occur?
Correct Answer: B. Inspections can occur at any time, with no warning.
Which of the following is prohibited (not allowed) by law?
Correct Answer: D. State law says that cigarettes must be sold only in their original sealed package from the manufacturer.
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