Stitt Signs Bill Banning Vaping In Oklahoma Schools
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Governor Kevin Stitt has signed a bill banning vaping on school property in Oklahoma.
Senate Bill 33 outlaws students or adults from using vaping products on school campuses. The Tobacco Settlement Endowment trust says 16 percent of Oklahoma high school students vape.
That's slightly more than the 13 percent who use them nationally. The law will go into effect November 1st.