E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that resemble traditional cigarettes and contain nicotine but not tobacco.
According to a recent medical study, kids who smoke electronic cigarettes are seven times more likely to smoke conventional cigarettes at some point during their lives.
Schumer says e-cigarette companies target children by having kid-friendly flavors or trendy labels.
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