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Using that same logic, we need to ban bathtubs and automobiles.
It’s actually the long term health risk they are worried about. Teens whose lungs have turned to tissue paper. People who vape THC thinking it is the same as tobacco.
The study didn’t look at bathtubs.
Bathtubs and automobiles were not created to kill.
Vaping wasn’t either. It wasn’t even something I ever thought about until I met with a group of parents of teens who said vaping is a huge problem in middle school. They said kids are vaping in class in their middle schools and high schools and the teachers don’t even notice. Vaping wasn’t created for children but to help adults stop smoking. It’s supposed to be a very good alternative for that. Then why is it marketed toward children?
Then why is it marketed toward children?
They are grooming future customers
That is disgusting. Teens are getting smarter about smoking, so they entice them with this.
It's exactly what the tobacco companies did years ago.
With colored juice box style packaging?
Remember when everyone demanded to know the additives that caused you to want another Marlboro coffin nail?
All inhalant products should only be allowed to be on the market with a detailed report about all chemicals related to said product.
Also an additional layman's version of the report should be made readily available. Including the hazards of mixing different chemical products in usage.