The ordinance that banned these products was passed Feb. 4, 2020 and was was set to take effect on May 4, but the city postponed enforcement so stores that sold e-cigarette and flavored tobacco products had time to sell the rest of their inventory during the pandemic.
SLOcalized breaks down the nation’s top stories for Cal Poly students. Learn about what’s going on and why it matters with each episode hosted by Mustang News reporter Kallyn Hobmann. Episode 2: While the flu typically peaks in the fall and winter, vaping illnesses seem to be peaking all the time now. According to the […]
The City of San Luis Obispo has long-term plans to move forward with banning flavored e-cigarettes, following in the footsteps of Arroyo Grande and Morro Bay.
The smoking age has changed from 18 to 21 in California.
To vape, or not to vape?