A controversial bill to ban flavored vaping products in New Jersey is set for big votes with lawmakers Monday. The legislation cleared state Senate and Assembly committees at the State House in Trenton, and will now go to full House votes today, the final day of the two-year legislative session.
NEW JERSEY — Lawmakers in New Jersey are set to vote on two controversial bills Monday as the state's legislative session comes to a close.
The first bill deals with eliminating religion as a reason for vaccination exemptions for children. If passed, New Jersey would join a handful of states, including New York, doing away with the religious exemption.
The debate and bill come after last year's measles outbreak in the tri-state region.
The second bill deals with a ban on flavored vaping products. The legislation cleared the state Senate and Assembly committees at the State House in Trenton, and now goes for a full House vote Monday.
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