"Clear the Air" aimed at stopping teen vaping

Missouri Department of Health and Humans Services Director Dr. Randall Williams speaks at a Monday news conference on the Clear the Air anti-vaping initiative. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Director Margie Van Deven and Governor Mike Parson look on. 

The director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says the state needs to get the word to teenagers…vaping is dangerous. Dr. Randall Williams backs the governor’s new Clear the Air initiative.

Governor Parson unveiled the initiative aimed at middle school and high school aged children Monday afternoon. The Department of Elementary and Secondary

Education and the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control will also be involved in the campaign.