There has been push back across the state, after the Public Health and Planning Council passed the governor’s emergency action, to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes.
The ban aims to prevent young people from using e-cigarettes, but many vape shop owners and adults who use e-cigarettes to quit smoking don’t know what they are going to do now.
The ban on flavored e-cigarettes is currently in effect and stores have two weeks to remove all flavored e-cigarettes and nicotine e-liquids from their shelves.
Leaving local vape shops scrambling.
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