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Tennessee lawmakers will discuss several bills about vaping when they return to Nashville in the new year.
As the number of vaping-related lung illnesses continues to rise, local health officials are urging state lawmakers to take action.
The other bill requires the Department of Health to post information about the dangers of vaping online and to make that information available to students in middle and high schools.
New data from the American Medical Association shows that in the last two years, the number of high school seniors who have vaped rose by 131 percent.