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Utah lawmaker wants to crack down on e-cigarettes

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah lawmaker has introduced legislation to keep minors out of smoke shops and to tax electronic cigarettes and dissolvable tobacco products at the same rate as cigarettes. Clearfield Republican Rep. Paul Ray sponsored the legislation, which he said removes some loopholes in Utah law and helps crack down on businesses selling the products to kids. Electronic cigarettes,...

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