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'Doing me a favor': Vapers open to Trump's proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
New Yorkers who vape do not seem to mind if President Donald Trump pushes through a proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes, admitting that widespread youth addiction needed to be controlled and expressing hope that it might help them quit.
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People in New York are not worried about President Donald Trump’s push to ban flavored e-cigarettes. According to Reuters, they admit youth addiction needed to be controlled and hope this might help. The proposed ban was announced by Trump, Melania Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex...

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