In the past year the number of teens using e-cigarettes has increased by 78% and experts are worried. Side Effects Public Media's Araceli Gomez-Aldana spoke with WFYI's All Things Considered Host Matt Pelsor about the rising numbers
Nationwide, e-cigarette use rose 78% among high school students last year, the FDA says. The agency taken steps to address what it calls an epidemic. For example, it has warned manufacturers to stop marketing to kids by using fruity flavors and colorful packages.
The bill would create a 20% tax on vaping products and modify state law to restrict the sale of vaping products to minors. But during its second reading, lawmakers moved to study the issue during the summer.
Hoosiers "in the know" are getting their answers from the show that does the talking: "Indiana Week In Review." You may tune in for the news, but you'll stay for the no-holds-barred debate and discussion. A look at issues facing...