Rules published to rule vaping products in Utah
The Utah Department of Health has published its proposed rules to regulate vaping products in the state.
Juan Bravo of Utah Vapor Business Association is upset that state health officials are trying again to pass rules that were struck down by a court challenge last year.
Under the rules, stores selling the products must display a warning sign to inform people that "vaping nicotine can cause addiction and harm the developing brain."
Health officials also want flavored vape pods to only be available at licensed specialty tobacco stores, taking them out convenience stores and vape-specific shops.
Bravo said the proposed changes could draw another legal challenge.
Bravo says the rules proposed by the Department of Health are no different than the ones the state tried to impose last year.