Andy MattisonAug 2, 2017, 12:43 pmAug 3, 2017, 7:30 am

White Plains holds roundtable discussion about e-cigarette use and its health effects

School superintendents, high school students, and health experts met with Congresswoman Nita Lowey

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School superintendents, high school students, and health experts meet with Congresswoman Nita Lowey in White Plains to discuss e-cigarette use, FDA regulations, and the health effects of using e-cigarettes.

The roundtable discussion also looks at vape shops which have come under scrutiny in places like New Rochelle and Pleasantville.

"As a concerned parent in my community a vape shop came up overnight and we have one on both sides of town. Two vape shops, and its 200 feet from a high school," Collen Anderson, a member of the Cortlandt Community Coalition, said.

The discussion comes a few days after the FDA delayed possible regulations for e-cigarette products.

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