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Gretchen Whitmer
P.O. Box 30013
Lansing, Michigan 48909
Phone: (517) 373-3400
Fax: (517) 335-6863


Secretary of the Senate
Daniel Oberlin
State Capitol, Room S-5
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 373-2400

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Clerk of the House
Rich Brown
State Capitol, Room H-70
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 373-0135

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Michigan LAWS & TAXES


  • The purchase of tobacco and vapor products by a minor under 21 years of age and the provision of tobacco products to a minor are prohibited by law. A minor unlawfully purchasing or using tobacco products is subject to criminal penalties.1,4
  • State definition of “tobacco products” does not include vapor products.
  • Michigan’s Clean Indoor Air Act has not been amended to prohibit the use of vapor products where smoking is prohibited.
  • Use of electronic smoking devices prohibited in Third Judicial Circuit Court.2
  • The following municipalities have ordinances that prohibit vaping where smoking is prohibited (some exclude bars and restaurants): East Lansing, Marquette County, Washtenaw County
  • Online sales require age verification via a third party service. This requirement could cause many out-of-state online retailers to refuse to ship to the state.1

Tobacco/Vapor 21 Law: Federal law passed December 20, 2019 prohibits sales of all tobacco and vapor products to anyone under the age of 21 years old. FDA stated law became effective on that date. States may choose to continue with current age law at the risk of losing federal funding. Ann Arbor and Genesee County, includes Flint (ON HOLD), already prohibit sales to persons under 21 years of age.

Flavor Bans: Federal law prohibits the sale of closed system devices (pods, cartridges) containing e-liquid in flavors other than tobacco or menthol.

A statewide ban by emergency order of Governor Whitmer took effect October 2, 2019 until March 30, 2020. Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens issued a preliminary injunction on October 15, 2019. Governor Whitmer’s motion to reinstate a ban on flavored vaping nicotine products was denied by the Michigan Supreme Court on December 27, 2019, effectively leaving flavored products legal to sell.

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