Youth Vaping Explodes, Old Lyme Responds, Legislature Passes a Bill

“Freshman year someone asked if they could use my computer to charge something, they pulled out what I thought was a thumb drive and plugged it in. It was actually a Juul and the librarian walked right by,” said Lian Thompson.

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“You would go to the bathroom and see a puff of smoke and smell mango or bubble gum. It felt like suddenly it was everywhere,” said Lian Thompson, a sophomore at Lyme-Old Lyme High School and a member of Responsible Educated Adolescents Can Help (REACH).
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