A group of attorneys general, led by Eric T. Schneiderman of New York and Mike DeWine of Ohio, urged five of the country’s largest retailers, Rite-Aid, Walgreen, Kroger, Safeway, and Walmart, to follow the lead of CVS Caremark and stop selling tobacco products in stores that have pharmacies.  Mr. Schneiderman said pharmacies and drugstores send a mixed message when they market themselves as a source for community health care and continue to sell deadly products. Read the letter here.