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Tobacco Bill

Committee:

Co-Author: Andrew Khan


Co-Author: Robert Johnson

Bill No.:

Political Party: Independent

Title of Bill: Clarification of the Sale/Purchase of Vapor/Smoke Ingestion Affiliated


Products in the State of California.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PRINCETON MODEL CONGRESS
Preamble: This bill is being proposed in order to clarify the legal status of ecigarettes, vapor pens, and other smoke/vapor ingestion affiliated products in the state of
California. Namely, the sale of such products to minors, in established dispensaries, etc.
SECTION 1: In Regards: This bill is in relation to, or in regard of, products that
produce a vapor or smoke that is intended for ingestion, that do not contain any traces of
tobacco or other controlled substances (Defined as such by the FDA).
SECTION 2: In Regards to the Sale thereof: Only licensed dealers of tobacco
products and other tobacco affiliated products or paraphernalia may be allowed by law to
sell the aforementioned vapor/smoke ingestion affiliated products. Sale of such products
is allowed by law to persons of or above the age of 12 and below the age of 18, strictly if
the provider of such products advocates against the usage of tobacco/tobacco affiliated
products openly.
SECTION 3: Continuation of Sale thereof: If the aforementioned vapor/smoke
ingestion affiliated product is marketed and sold directly to persons of or above the age of
18, the active and open advocation against tobacco/tobacco affiliated products is not
required in order to be permitted by law to sell the aforementioned vapor/smoke ingestion
affiliated products.
SECTION 4: In Regards to Enforcement in the First Offense: Classified as a
misdemeanor in the first offense, in the event that the proposed bills parameters are
exceeded or ignored, the party(s) in question/at fault, when proven guilty, will serve 6-18
months imprisonment, at the jurisdiction of a court of law, and have their license/right to
a license revoked.
SECTION 5: In Regards to Enforcement in Following Offenses: Classified as a
felony in the second and continuous offenses, in the event that the proposed bills
parameters are exceeded or ignored, the party(s) in question/at fault, when proven guilty,
will serve from 3-10 years imprisonment, at the jurisdiction of a court of law.
SECTION 6: In Regards to the Location of Enforcement: The parameters of the
proposed bill shall take effect in exactly all municipalities, all counties, and all districts of
the state of California in the United States of America.

SECTION 7: In Regards to the Date of Enactment: The parameters of the


proposed bill shall take effect exactly 91 days after the approval of the aforementioned
bill.