Petition To Reverse Unlawful Massachusetts Vape Ban

Petition To Reverse Unlawful Massachusetts Vape Ban

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Steve Kaltsas started this petition to Massachusetts State House and

This is for Governor Baker and his constituents regarding the unlawful ban of vape e-liquids and devices. Well done. You have just single handedly forced thousands of small businesses to close their doors and tens of thousands of people to be without a job. Do you realize what an adverse effect is? Let me put it to you this way. You have just created an even bigger problem for Massachusetts by closing the doors on 21+ only establishments that do NOT cater to youth. Using children as pawns in a rigged game does not constitute a statewide ban on something that has, is and will help millions of people stop smoking. You said it yourself. Small businesses are the foundation of Massachusetts. You've contradicted yourself without taking into consideration the actual and factual details of everything that has been going on. These illnesses that we are seeing have absolutely nothing to do with e-liquids or anything remotely close to them. Vitamin E Acetate is what is causing this. Illicit THC cartridges cut with Vitamin E from street dealers are to blame, not the vaping industry. Flavors don't appeal to children. Vape shops don't sell to children. Rebellious children have nothing to do with this industry. Ask any adult if they've ever had alcohol or smoked a cigarette before they were of legal age. I strong percentage will absolutely admit to it. We adhere to every law you present us. Take the blinders off and see what you're doing to the state. You're going the wrong way! Work with us instead of against us!

People of Massachusetts. Sign this petition in an effort to put a stop to this unlawful ban! If not, you're allowing our government to sign the death sentence to thousands of people who smoke.

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