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Botany Bay, a smoke shop in Lexington, thinks the proposed tax could put some shops out of business.
The Montgomery County Board of Education has filed a lawsuit against manufacturers, distributors and sellers of electronic-cigarettes and vaping products.
Dozens of people were at the State Capitol on Tuesday to rally for an issue they think should be a top priority this legislative session.
The Tobacco-Free Youth Act would raise the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.
A bill has been pre-filed that would raise the legal age in Kentucky from 18 to 21 for buying all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes.
The Fayette County Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to file a lawsuit against manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of e-cigarettes and other vaping devices and products.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health says teenagers who want to stop using e-cigarettes or other tobacco products can text or call the toll-free My Life, My Quit number.
Authorities in Kentucky says a student was hospitalized because of a possible vaping overdose.
An underage high school student has been identified as a suspect.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health is monitoring and investigating several cases that are related to e-cigarette use or vaping.
THC vape cartridges are becoming a growing problem in central Kentucky according to law enforcement officials.
The federal government announced it's finalizing plans to remove e-cigarette products from the market that have fruit and candy flavor.
Michigan on Wednesday became the first state in the country to ban flavored e-cigarettes, as concerns continue to grow over the potential dangers of vaping.
The state's public health department announced on Friday it's going to start tracking possible cases of severe pulmonary disease linked to vaping.
Vaping is a growing trend among young people in Kentucky and that's causing a growing concern among health experts.
A bipartisan bill that would raise the legal age to buy tobacco from 18-to-21, passed a key Senate committee on Wednesday.
A group of nine Johnson County Middle School students are recognized for their efforts to curb youth vaping and e-cigarette use.
The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control conducted the survey this past summer.
Williamsburg Police say they have taken several hundred vapes or vaporizers that have marijuana in them, but are smoked like a regular E-cigarette.
Public health advocates say Kentucky lawmakers missed a chance to combat youth smoking by failing to take up proposals to raise the age for purchasing tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
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