Vaping has become a popular alternative to smoking regular cigarettes. Vapes and e-cigarettes are now available in a variety of flavors. Flavored nicotine appeals to both youth and adult smokers. Should flavors be banned because they might contribute to youth addiction? Or should flavors be allowed because they encourage adult smokers to switch to vaping, a better alternative to smoking?

Jeff Stier is a Senior Fellow at the Consumer Choice Center.

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