Vaping advocates say efforts to crack down on youth access to tobacco, could result in negative consequences for adults who are trying to quit or reduce smoking.
Indiana lawmakers are trying to figure out how to tax vaping products. And in order to get vaping out schools, Carmel officials are looking at banning vaping and e-cigarettes altogether, something David Pasch, the spokesperson for Voices for Vaping, says could result in making it more difficult for adults who are trying to quit smoking or reduce their nicotine intake.
You can hear Pasch in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. It runs for about nine minutes.