E-Cigarette Users Upset Over Proposed Bill To Regulate Sales IN OKLAHOMA
Those who've kicked the habit with the help of tobacco free electronic cigarettes say they are once again being targeted by "big tobacco." At issue is a Bill that would turn stores that sell E-cigarettes into conventional Cigarette venders and tax them as such.
The bill would make it so electronic cigarette shops can't sell to minors, but stores say they do that now, and this is just a cover to be able to tax the stores and the people who shop in them.
What goes on in vapor Shops like EVapes in Oklahoma City can be a little hazy for non-smokers. The shops sell electronic cigarettes, which use e-fluid that contain nicotine. Courtney Conrady owns EVapes and had been smoking since she was 15 until she tried an e-cigarette last year.