The emergency ban on vape product sales is technically over in Massachusetts, but it’s not back to business as usual, either. A new state law bans all flavored nicotine vape products, limits the amount of nicotine content in vape pods, and taxes vape products at 75 percent. One of the goals of both the ban and the new law is to make it harder for teens to vape. But what about the kids who are already hooked? As Connecting Point’s Stephanie Leydon tells us, they’re dealing with a nicotine addiction more powerful than that of cigarettes, which could have long-lasting consequences.