E-Cig Users Push Back, Schools Ban Vaporizers
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (May 14, 2014) — It gives a nicotine fix that’s sparking controversy in health circles across the nation; e-cigarettes.
With the number of users on the rise, the feds are questioning safety and possible limitations on sales and access.
While the regulation battle plays out, leaders at Grand Rapids Public Schools said that they can’t wait on new rules, and are taking action now.
“I am absolutely 100 percent certain that have, well it sounds crazy, but yes, they have saved my life,” said e-cigarette user Julie Woessner.
After more than 2-packs a day for 30 years, Julie Woessner said that the switch to e-cigs five years ago, changed her life.