Wednesday, November 04, 2020

Kansas City Flavor Vape Crackdown?!?!

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 Council Members Consider Banning All Flavored Tobacco Products

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.


Hyperblogal said...

How 'bout banning all flavored tax credits first.

Anonymous said...

It is the parents’ responsibility, not the city clowncil’s.