CLEVELAND — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is looking into a statewide ban on flavored e-cigarette.
A spokesman for DeWine said the governor is looking into if he can ban it by executive order, without having to have a change in Ohio law.
"The concern is we are seeing a significant rise in the number of people under 21, even people under age 18 using e-cigarettes. And these types of flavors are marketed to children not to adults," spokesperson Dan Tierney said.
New York and Michigan have already banned flavored e-cigarette flavors in their states.