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Los Angeles County Issues Ban on Flavored Tobacco Products

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Los Angeles County Issues Ban on Flavored Tobacco Products

Los Angeles County Issues Ban on Flavored Tobacco Products

Los Angeles County Issues Ban on Flavored Tobacco Products.

On Oct.

2, Los Angeles County’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt a ban on all flavored tobacco products.

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The ban includes e-cigarettes, menthol cigarettes and chewing tobacco.

Retailers in the county now have 180 days to clear their shelves of the products and apply for updated licenses.

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Online sales of the products will reportedly not be prohibited.

The Board’s decision adds Los Angeles to the list of localities banning the flavored products, which includes states such as New York, Michigan and Massachusetts.

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Their decisions were all motivated by the rising health crisis surrounding vaping, which has already been linked to 14 deaths in the United States

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