Outman vaping legislation signed into law

Outman vaping legislation signed into law

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, welcomed MacNaughton Elementary Principal Dan Clegg and his family to Lansing last week to attend a formal bill signing ceremony for Outman’s vaping legislation.

Senate Bill 106, now Public Act 18 of 2019, prohibits the sale of vapor products to minors and outlines the penalties for those who violate the law.

Outman joined state Sen. Marshall Bullock, D-Detroit, in sponsoring the legislative efforts, which were both officially signed on June 4 and will take effect on Sept. 2.


Editor’s note: A print-quality photograph of Outman welcoming last week’s guests is available by clicking on the image or by visiting the senator’s website at www.SenatorRickOutman.com. Click on “Photos” under the “In the News” tab.

Photo Caption: State Sen Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, stands with MacNaughton Elementary Principal Dan Clegg, along with his wife Missy and their two children, as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signs Senate Bill 106 into law.

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