Add Your Name: Ban Flavored Vaping Products in New York State

The dangers of vaping and flavored e-cigarette products are becoming more apparent by the day. Nearly 40% of 12th grade students and 27% of all high school students are now using e-cigarettes — largely driven by the popularity of flavored products.

It is obvious that many of these flavors, including cotton candy, bubblegum, pink lemonade, and more, are intentionally designed to appeal to young people.

Years after winning the fight against big tobacco, it would be a tragedy if this progress were reversed by allowing the vaping industry to get a whole new generation hooked on tobacco.

Governor Cuomo is proposing legislation that will:

  1. Ban flavored vaping products.
  2. Restrict vaping ads aimed at youth.
  3. Authorize the Health Department to ban certain carrier oils that have been connected to vaping-related illnesses.
  4. Prohibit online, phone, or mail order sales of e-cigarettes.

Add your name and join our effort to help stop the epidemic of e-cigarette usage among young New Yorkers.

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