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“The reality in our youth is that they’re actually starting their nicotine addiction through these e-cigarettes because of the culture that’s surrounding it and the cool nature,” said Diane Litterer, CEO and executive director of New Jersey Prevention Network.

“More and more young people use these products and think that they’re not addictive or as dangerous as tobacco, as cigarettes for example, and in fact that’s not true,” said Rep. Frank Pallone.