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State Legislative Info

GOVERNOR

Tony Evers
Office of the Governor
PO Box 7863
Madison, WI 53707
Phone: (608) 266-1212

THE SENATE

Senate Chief Clerk
Jeff Renk
P.O. Box 7882
Madison, WI 53707-7882
Phone: (608)266-2517

THE ASSEMBLY

Assembly Chief Clerk
Patrick E. Fuller
17 West Main Street
Room 401
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-1501

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Wisconsin LAWS & TAXES

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  • The sale and/or distribution of nicotine products to persons under age 18 is prohibited.1
  • The purchase and/or possession of nicotine products by persons under age 18 and purchase for persons under 18 is prohibited.2
  • Vaping is prohibited at indoor facilities of State Fair and at main stage area.3
  • Wisconsin’s Clean Indoor Air Act has not been amended to prohibit the use of vapor products where smoking is prohibited.
    The following municipalities have ordinances that prohibit vaping where smoking is prohibited (some exclude bars and restaurants or vape/tobacco shops): Appleton, Ashwaubenon, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, Beloit, Dane County, Eau Claire Florence County, Greenfield, Janesville, Jefferson County, Kenosha, La Crosse County, Madison, Middleton, Milwaukee, Neenah, Oak Creek, Onalaska, Oshkosh, Racine, Reedsburg, Watertown, Wausau, Wauwatosa.

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.

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

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