End the nicotine trap

A Juul representative told a ninth-grade classroom its product is "totally safe." This isn't true, though.

Recent studies show that nicotine vaping -- which has skyrocketed among teens in recent years -- could be linked to serious health risks, including seizures, heart attacks and worsened asthma.

In adolescents, nicotine exposure can impair brain development, impact learning and contribute to mood disorders. It can also increase the risk of addiction to other dangerous substances. Young adults who vape are three times more likely to start smoking cigarettes, one of the deadliest habits around.

Subject: Restrict the sale of flavored e-cigarettes