LANSING, MI (MPRN)-- Law enforcement in Michigan wants to make it illegal for minors to possess vaping products and for retailers to sell e-cigarettes to minors.
But an ongoing debate in the state Legislature has police and prosecutors frustrated.
Former Governor Rick Snyder vetoed legislation to ban the sale and possession of e-cigarettes for minors. He said e-cigarettes should be classified and regulated like tobacco instead. But now, lawmakers in Lansing are trying to – once again – focus on the sale, not the classification.