In short, No. Part of the problem is with the wording. It doesn't say those under 18 (or 21) are prohibited from smoking only that they can’t buy smokes. It is almost impossible to control access when the product is available at home, through friends, and easy street access. If the choice to smoke is made, then hold parents responsible for their child’s actions, hold the child responsible through community action, continue to charge heavy taxes on the product to cover the health costs that eventually show up down the road, and hold smokers responsible for their smoking-related health issues.