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Lexington School District Weighs In On Teen Vaping

Before the rise of vaping, tobacco use had been virtually abandoned by today’s generation. Now, parents and administrators have a new challenge on their hands as vape pens are easier to obtain by middle and high school aged individuals. Additio....

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