A minute ago, vaping was seen as a great way to quit smoking. But now we know that almost a third of teenagers who use e-cigarettes are smoking cigarettes six months later.
And now that we know more, too, about how unhealthy and risky vaping itself is, we agree with the Kansas State Board of Educations unanimous vote this week to encourage school districts in the state to ban e-cigarettes and all tobacco products.
The kind of ban theyre suggesting would apply, just as it should, on all school grounds, in all school vehicles and at all school activities. It would apply not only to students but adults guests, volunteers and employees as well.