Australia will crack down on illegal vape sales in a bid to reduce teen use


Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care Mark Butler addresses the media at Parliament House on March 30 in Canberra, Australia.

Australian Health Minister Mark Butler said vaping had been sold to the public as a product meant to help smokers quit but instead spawned a new generation of nicotine users, particularly teens.

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