By Jennifer McRae

DENVER (CBS4)– The Denver City Council had delayed a vote on a new initiative that would ban flavored tobacco and vape juices. The vote has been moved to next month.

exhaling smoke from an electronic cigarette vaping

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A safety committee postponed the vote after more than an hour of discussion Wednesday morning. The ban is aimed at reducing youth tobacco use.

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If passed, it would ban the sale of flavored vaping products, hookah, chewing tobacco and menthol cigarettes.

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The committee will now vote on amendments to the proposal on Nov. 17.

Jennifer McRae