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Former Mayor Bloomberg Unveils Anti-Teen-Vaping Initiative

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Former Mayor Bloomberg Unveils Anti-Teen-Vaping Initiative

Former Mayor Bloomberg Unveils Anti-Teen-Vaping Initiative

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces his $160 million program to stem the youth vaping epidemic, going after flavored e-cigarettes.

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