Students lobby against e-cigarettes

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WHITINGHAM — Four members of Twin Valley Middle High School's OVX (Our Voices Exposed) team visited the Vermont State House recently to present information on Juuls and e-cigarettes to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The committee members asked many questions and solicited the students' input on what can be done to prevent youth e-cigarette use.

The students also visited with state Reps. Laura Sibilia, I-Windham-Bennington, and John Gannon, D-Windham-6, who recognized the students on the House floor. The Twin Valley OVX team is sponsored by the Deerfield Valley Community Partnership.

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