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San Francisco takes another step toward becoming first US city to ban e-cigarette sales
San Francisco takes another step toward becoming first US city to ban e-cigarette sales


San Francisco officials on Tuesday voted in favor of becoming the first city in the U.S. to ban the sale of Electronic Cigarettes, seeking to curb underage vaping.

The measure still needs final approval from the Board of Supervisors, but the restriction would build on San Francisco's aggressive e-cigarette regulations motivated by public health concerns.

While the board could make the ordinance official as soon as next week, the San Francisco Chronicle reported it would be effective seven months after the mayor signs it.

Under the proposed law, residents would not be able to buy e-cigarettes in San Francisco stores or receive online orders to addresses in the city until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviews the products. This is about thinking about the next generation of users and thinking about protecting the overall health and sending a message to the rest of the state and the country: Follow our lead," Supervisor Ahsha Safaí said.

More than 3.6 million middle and high school students nationally used e-cigarettes in the past month in 2018, according to the FDA, despite the federal government banning sales to those under 18. Opponents have been gearing up for a fight against the ordinance since city officials introduced it in March. San Francisco-based e-cigarette company Juul, which rents city property that would fall under the ban, has contributed $50,000 to an effort to put a vaping initiative on the November ballot.


The company has said in multiple statements that staff have deterred youth from purchasing its products by deactivating its Instagram account and improving its online age-verification process. Juul spokesman Ted Kwong said e-cigarettes, which city officials seek to ban, are a healthier alternative for adults who smoke tobacco. But the prohibition of vapor products for all adults in San Francisco will not effectively address underage use and will leave cigarettes on shelves as the only choice for adult smokers, even though they kill 40,000 Californians every year," Kwong said.

Doctors have warned that vaping can lead to smoking cigarettes and cite health risks to developing brains. Vaping product manufacturers have until 2021 to submit e-cigarettes for safety and health review for FDA approval. Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb previously pushed the Obama administration's 2018 deadline to 2022. 
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