MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The St. Paul City Council approved a new ordinance Wednesday night that aims to cease the sale of cheap single cigars, or cigarillos.

Stores have 30 days to change the price of the cigars to at least $2.10, or to start selling them in packs of 5.

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The ordinance deals with brands like Swisher Sweets or Black and Milds.

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City council members say they hope the change will make it harder for kids and teens to get their hands on tobacco products.

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“This issue is about the underlying problem of the tobacco companies’ intentional marketing to youth and communities of color,” council member Dai Thao said.