Commissioner George “Bud” Scholl Spearheads Drive To Protect Our City’s Youth By Proposing Ordinance To Ban Sale Of E-Cigarettes To Minors

By Sharon Elster, Editor

Sunny Isles Beach Commissioner Scholl’s efforts to ban sales of e-cigarettes to anyone under age 18 grew out of his concerns that use by middle and high school students has been rising rapidly due to marketing that targets minors. The ordinance is up for final approval at the City’s May 15th commission meeting.

 

For more go to Miami Herald article: www.miamiherald.com/2014/04/21/4072119/sunny-isles-beach-tentatively.html

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One Response to Commissioner George “Bud” Scholl Spearheads Drive To Protect Our City’s Youth By Proposing Ordinance To Ban Sale Of E-Cigarettes To Minors

  1. Richard Mufson says:

    Jennifer,
    We have spoken previously, and I applaud this communication.
    I wrote a letter to the editor of the Miami Herald blasting the SIB Council for coming up with a new law banning skateboards (and other modes of similar transport), in effect, a dealing an unwanted blow to the children (and others) of our city, and the most objectionable part – having had little/no rationale for doing so. I don’t know if the Herald will run it (sent it in late yesterday), but whether they do or not, I would like to share it with you and your readers. What would be the best way to share the letter/opinion?

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