Op-Ed

February 28, 2016 4:01 PM

Limits on e-cigarettes can head off future addictions

An alarming 23 percent of Washington teens report using e-cigarettes

Bipartisan proposal at the Legislature would make these products harder to get for young people

HB 1645 would give local jurisdictions the authority to adopt their own set of electronic cigarette rules

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