Mishawaka HS cracks down on student vaping with fines

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In this Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 photo, a woman using an electronic cigarette exhales in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Only two years ago e-cigarettes were viewed as holding great potential for public health: offering a way to wean smokers off traditional cigarettes. But now Juul and other vaping companies face an escalating backlash that threatens to sweep their products off the market. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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  1. That is pretty aggressive considering more than 50% of MHS students don’t even pay for their lunch. Good luck collecting. Oh wait…The government will probably pay the fines for the students that can’t afford too…No doubt these people all going to vote for Bernie.

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