- Associated Press - Sunday, February 1, 2015

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) - Officials in Valley City are considering measures that would restrict the sales of e-cigarettes in the city.

The Valley City Times-Record reports the ordinances could ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors as well as the self-service sales of e-cigarettes. They would also require local licensing for sellers of e-cigarettes.

Members of the City County Board of Health say they want an ordinance that would not allow flavored e-cigarettes, in liquid nicotine or any other form, to be sold to anyone in Valley City.

Tobacco prevention coordinator Vicki Roseneau says “flavors are aimed at enticing youth to buy” e-cigarettes.

Thirteen businesses currently sale tobacco products in Valley City.

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Information from: Valley City Times-Record, https://www.times-online.com


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