Written by Daniel Mollenkamp || 11th April 2018 || News analysis || Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | Kansas North America United States
A court in Kansas has ruled against a local ordinance raising the age for buying tobacco products – which includes e-cigarettes – to 21, finding it unconstitutional.
The Kansas Third Judicial District Court decided that the ordinance
caused conflict with the state-issued tobacco retailing licenses, violating the “home rule” provision of Kansas’ constitution.
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