City targets vaping

Kids in the city of Sturgeon Bay will not be able to use vape products under an ordinance going before the Common Council Tuesday night. The ordinance would not just forbid people under the age of 18 from possessing and purchasing electronic cigarettes and other vaping necessities, but also businesses from selling the products to them. For individuals, the first violation would result in a $50 fine with every ticket after that costing the person caught $75. Businesses could be fined up to $100 for selling vape products to minors. The ordinance, which gets its first of two readings during the 7 p.m. meeting, comes after vaping was linked to several cases of lung disease in Wisconsin including in Door County last month.

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