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Do you support 21+ legal age for vaping?

samanthasamantha Posts: 3,440Administrator, Moderator admin
What are your thoughts on the smoking/vaping legal age?

FULL ARTICLE: http://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/state-may-fix-minimum-age-for-tobacco-at/article_8b643743-a368-5470-a101-c2a3605309ce.html

BOSTON — Smokers must be at least 21 years old to buy cigarettes in 170 Massachusetts cities and towns. But in many cases, underage smokers can feed their habit by traveling only a few miles to a neighboring community where the minimum age is still 18.

Anti-smoking groups say a patchwork of local regulation has complicated efforts to reduce teen smoking. They want the Legislature to clear the air of confusion over how old smokers must be to buy cigarettes by making Massachusetts the sixth state to set the minimum purchase age at 21.

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives took the first steps toward making that change by approving a proposal to raise the age to 21 for all tobacco products and set new regulations for e-cigarettes and vaping.

The measure, approved by a vote of 146-4, must also be approved by the Senate and survive Gov. Charlie Baker's veto pen.

"We need to take more aggressive steps to reduce smoking and nicotine addiction among young people," said Rep. Lori Ehrlich, D-Marblehead, a co-sponsor of several of the provisions. "This would create a statewide uniform law, because right now kids can just go to another community to legally buy."

The proposal would also ban the sale of tobacco products in pharmacies, which at least 160 cities and towns have already outlawed and many pharmacy chains have implemented on their own.

E-cigarette manufacturers, meanwhile, would be required to use child-resistant packaging for liquid nicotine, or face fines up to $1,000 per violation.


  • samanthasamantha Posts: 3,440Administrator, Moderator admin
    Note - V2 already has child-resistant e-liquid packaging and age verification for customers in every state and country.
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