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Bills banning flavored vaping products are debated

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                                The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii held a rally Monday for passage of a bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth. Punahou senior Zoey Duan of the coalition’s Youth Council and Kamehameha Schools senior Logan Lau sat with a display of donated slippers at the state Capitol’s front lawn which represented 21,000 keiki in Hawaii who will die prematurely from smoking-related causes. The slippers were to be donated afterward.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii held a rally Monday for passage of a bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth. Punahou senior Zoey Duan of the coalition’s Youth Council and Kamehameha Schools senior Logan Lau sat with a display of donated slippers at the state Capitol’s front lawn which represented 21,000 keiki in Hawaii who will die prematurely from smoking-related causes. The slippers were to be donated afterward.

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                                First lady Dawn Ige threw in a pair of slippers to add to the display set up during the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii rally Monday at the state Capitol.
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First lady Dawn Ige threw in a pair of slippers to add to the display set up during the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii rally Monday at the state Capitol.

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                                Signholders at Rally. Coalition for Tobacco-Free Hawaii rallying for passage of bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth.
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Signholders at Rally. Coalition for Tobacco-Free Hawaii rallying for passage of bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii held a rally Monday for passage of a bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth. Punahou senior Zoey Duan of the coalition’s Youth Council and Kamehameha Schools senior Logan Lau sat with a display of donated slippers at the state Capitol’s front lawn which represented 21,000 keiki in Hawaii who will die prematurely from smoking-related causes. The slippers were to be donated afterward.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM 
                                First lady Dawn Ige threw in a pair of slippers to add to the display set up during the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii rally Monday at the state Capitol.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA/CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Signholders at Rally. Coalition for Tobacco-Free Hawaii rallying for passage of bill to ban flavored vaping products targeting youth.