Cameron Co. DA to Hold Parent-Student Meetings at Schools over Vaping Risks
RIO HONDO – The Cameron County district attorney held one of what he hopes will be many meeting for parents and children to clear up confusion around vaping.
District Attorney Luis Saenz doesn’t want them to be left in the dark about the health risks and legal consequences.
Changes somewhere along the vape cartridge supply chain is contributing to massive reports of severe lung injury and death.
The DA is telling parents the industry targets children with attractive packaging and flavors, along with stealth devices disguised as watches, USB drives and pens.
Saenz added THC cartridges bought on the black market is a serious problem.
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