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Californian voters come out strongly in favour of banning tobacco flavours

In one of many skirmishes over proposed flavour bans popping up around the US, Californians have voted to approve Proposition 31, upholding a 2020 law that would prohibit the sale of certain flavoured tobacco products.

The contested law would prohibit the sale of any flavoured tobacco product or tobacco product flavour enhancer, except for hookah, shisha, pipe tobacco, and premium cigars.

Those supporting the ban, referred to as the Stop Tobacco Access to Kids Enforcement Act, have argued for their position on the basis of helping youth and keeping tobacco out of the hands of children.

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This article was written by one of TobaccoIntelligence’s international correspondents. We currently employ more than 40 reporters around the world to cover individual nicotine markets.

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