Suffolk lawmakers propose liquid nicotine ingredient disclosure requirement at retailers

A proposal in the Suffolk County Legislature would require retailers of liquid nicotine to list all of its ingredients for e-cigarette users.



The proposal comes after officials in Lindenhurst banned the use of e-cigarettes in all village buildings and cars.



Jeffrey Hirsch, who owns Long Island Vaporium in Lake Ronkonkoma, doesn't believe any legislation will affect his business.



"I think people who come in are very conscious of what they're doing," Hirsch told News 12.



The legislature will vote on the ingredient disclosure proposal next week.



 


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