Pinckney High School students testify on vaping bills before Senate panel

LANSING, Mich. — Students from Pinckney High School invited by Sen. Lana Theis, R-Brighton, testified before the Senate Regulatory Reform Committee on Tuesday, March 19, in support of legislation banning the sale of e-cigarettes, vapor products and alternative nicotine products to minors.

Theis serves as vice chair of the committee, which approved Senate Bills 106 and 155, which would also prohibit minors from purchasing, possessing or using the products.

Pictured with Theis are April Woods, Lori Sandula, Ruth Badalucco, Anna Blanchard, Benjamin Welsh, Kalie Alexander and Katie Wheaton.

SBs 106 and 155 now advance to the full Senate for consideration.

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