Colorado to consider flavour ban to reduce youth e-cig consumption

Lawmakers in Colorado will soon be considering a new bill that would ban the sale of all flavoured tobacco products. The aim of the new law would be to curb the consumption of e-cigarettes by youth, in a state that has seen adolescent use of flavoured vaping products surge in recent years.

The bill would prohibit the distribution of flavoured cigarettes, tobacco products, or nicotine products, and would amend the definition of cigarette, tobacco product, or nicotine product to include products containing synthetic nicotine. It represents one of the first bills at the state level to attempt to comprehensively regulate tobacco, nicotine and vaping products such as by closing the potential synthetic nicotine loophole.


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