Rather than weigh in or historic, deadly crime or struggling local biz . . . Kansas City politicos have decided to crack down on convenience stores and pretend to care about public health.
Whilst youngsters can simply order their vape garbage online, here's a glimpse at 12th & Oak focusing on the frivolous whilst KCMO confronts far more dire problems.
Take a look . . .
Kansas City's next step in the fight for social justice may be a ban on menthol cigarettes and other flavored nicotine products. Nearly a quarter of high-schoolers in Missouri use tobacco, and in Kansas City, Missouri, 40% of public schools are within a few blocks of a tobacco retailer, according to a study by the Advancing Science and Practice in the Retail Environment (ASPiRE) Center, which is funded by the National Cancer Institute.