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"Kids are natural explorers," Malheiro said. "They (e-cigarettes) are pretty colors, they smell pretty. The more these (products) are in the home, the more kids are going to get into them. ... We want the public to realize it’s a source of poisoning and we want them to be more careful with it in their home."
Davis County focused on e-juice because state law prohibits local jurisdictions from regulating tobacco, and e-cigarettes qualify as tobacco products.
In the most recent legislative session, a bill was introduced to regulate e-cigarettes and products, but failed.
Every health department in Utah, except for TriCounty Health Department in Vernal, adopted or is contemplating similar regulations since Davis County passed its law in February.
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