Question of the week: Should flavored vaping products be illegal?

Published: 9/12/2019 7:10:15 AM

PEOPLE ARE DYING of a severe respiratory illness linked to the use of e-cigarettes, otherwise known as vaping. Michigan recently became the first state to ban flavored nicotine vaping products – which are popular among teens – and the Trump administration announced Wednesday that a federal ban is in the works. Some, however, see such bans as an overreaction that can end up doing more harm than good, pointing to Prohibition as Exhibit A. Now it’s your turn to weigh in. Our question of the week is this: Do you think flavored vaping products should be illegal? Email your response by noon on Tuesday, Sept. 17, to Please keep it between 150 and 400 words, and include an address and phone number for verification. We’ll run a selection in next Thursday’s Forum section.

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