February 2020

Bills aimed at reducing youth 'vaping' pass first hurdles

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Poll finds Kentuckians overwhelmingly support medical marijuana
 
Stores, customers adapting to increased tobacco age
 
Governor's budget offers pension reprieve for health departments
 
'It’s Time To Shine A Light On Diabetes' Says CDC’s Dr. Ann Albright In A KET Interview
 
House Bill would Tax E-Cigarettes, Boost State Revenue
 
Commentary: Three reasons why health advocates just won’t leave ‘vape’ retailers, makers alone
 
Teens look to flavored disposable e-cigarettes as new regulations take effect
 
Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky: Major gap in new FDA regulations governing flavored e-cigarettes
 
Kentucky Vaping Tax Proposal Gaining Momentum
 

January 2020

House Bill Would Tax E-Cigarettes, Boost State Revenue
 
 
Medical marijuana advocates more hopeful it will pass, but main foe still cites lack of evidence; bill asks feds to do more research
 
Poll: 75% of Ky. Adults support tax on e-cigarettes
 
Kentucky Youth Advocates Podcast: Ben Chandler, President & CEO of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
 
Health Advocates Call for Action to Stem Youth E-Cig Use
 
Health Advocates Push For Vaping Tax
 
Summary of research shows e-cigs are not 95% safer than traditional cigarettes
 
Student, former vaper, speaks against e-cigarettes in Frankfort
 
Our View: E-cig tax can help state, reduce youth use - Winchester Sun
 
KY Senate Green-Lights Bill to Raise Tobacco-Buying Age to 21