The law would go into effect 90 days after being signed by the governor
New Jersey lawmakers on Monday approved a bill that would ban the sale of flavored vaping products. The bill passed in both the Senate and State Assembly, and now heads to Governor Phil Murphy, who has until January 21 to either sign or veto the bill.
The bill prohibits the sale and distribution of electronic smoking devices with a “distinguishable flavor, taste or aroma.” The legislation would also impose a minimum fine of $250 for a first offence, $500 for a second offense and $1,000 for each subsequent offense. The Senate passed the bill by a vote of 22-15 and the Assembly approved the bill 53-11, with eight assembly members abstaining.
The law would go into effect 90 days after being signed by the governor.
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