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Reps. Frank Pallone and Donna Shalala recently introduced H.R. 2339, the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019. This important legislation provides the comprehensive strategy we need to reverse the youth e-cigarette epidemic and continue driving down youth tobacco use. And we need to make sure it moves forward.
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There’s no question that Tobacco 21 is a great way to help keep kids from developing a nicotine addiction. The longer we wait to sign it into law, the more our kids are at risk.
Take a moment to remind Governor Cuomo that Tobacco 21 NEEDS to be signed into law.
More than 80% of kids who have used e-cigarettes started with a flavored ecigarette product. These flavors attract kids and mask the dangers of the extremely elevated nicotine content, which is highly addictive.
It’s time for New York State to take the lead and ban the sale of flavored e-cigarette products by passing State Assembly bill A0047A and State Senate bill S.0428.
While we appreciate the agency’s focus on this crisis, we believe that tough talk is no longer enough: We urgently need regulatory ACTION! Please ban e-cigarette flavors immediately to slow this epidemic and keep younger kids from starting to JUUL! Please save our kids from becoming Generation Nicotine Addiction!
It is time for New York City to restrict the sale of all flavored tobacco – including menthol, mint, and wintergreen products. By passing NYC Council Intro 1345- 2019 and NYC Council Intro 1362-2019 together, we can reduce the use of tobacco products, especially among children, and reduce the death and disease associated with its use.
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Two bills that would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products, including flavored e-cigarettes and menthol cigarettes, in New York City. Flavors hook kids, and two bills - Intro. 1362 (Cabrera) and Intro. 1345 (Levine) - would finally close the loopholes in NYC's Flavored Tobacco Sales policy that allow flavored tobacco products to continue to addict our kids.
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