Senate Approves Bills Banning E-Cigarettes For Minors

(Lansing, MI) -- The sale of electronic cigarettes to anyone under 18-years-old in Michigan will be banned under two measures that passed the Senate. The bills were approved yesterday and are now being sent to the House of Representatives for its consideration. The measures also make it illegal for anyone under 18 to possess an e-cigarette. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found the use of e-cigarettes has increased to 21-percent by those who also smoked real cigarettes.