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"Vaporizing is dangerous," the governor said, "At least it makes young people addicted to nicotine at a young age."
"We would all taste except tobacco and menthol ban, "he said.
The pressure on federal and state levels to ban certain vaping products is due to the fact that over the past week 380 confirmed or probable Cases of lung-related e-cigarettes were detected in 36 states and the US Virgin Islands with six confirmed deaths.
At the beginning of this month, Michigan imposed a similar ban. California and Massachusetts have introduced laws to stop the sale of flavored steam products.
Last week, Trump resigned, appearing alongside Alex Azar, the Minister of Health and Human Services, that his government would be heading for a federal ban on flavored steam products.
"Vaping, as I understand it, has become very big business, but we can not allow people to get sick and our youth so affected," said the President.
"We intend to clarify the market for flavored e-cigarettes in order to reverse the deeply worrying epidemic of juvenile e-cigarette consumption affecting children, families, schools and communities," Azar said in a statement ,
In July, Cuomo signed a law that lifted the minimum age for the purchase of tobacco and e-cigarettes in the state of 18 to 21.