In Part 2 of the NJSBA video series on vaping and its effect on New Jersey schools, host Ray Pinney explores what regulations are in place to deny teens access to the vaping market.
Cristina Martins, of the Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey and the Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative, explains that students as young as middle school are vaping, though the legal age to purchase vaping products is 21.
Seventy-four percent of teen users report that they obtained vaping devices from retail stores, Martins said. More information is in the video being posted today.
See part one of the series here.