Greenville County Safe Communities Coalition wants to raise awareness of the dangers of E-Cigarettes.
They heard experts on various topics in regard to the safety and security of local citizens.
Terry Taylor of Greenville Family Partnership talked about the growing use of E-Cigarettes by youth and the side effects.
He says there is a concern about the need for better government regulations.
Taylor said young people are being targeted to use the product and that education is needed to teach them about the downsides of E-Cigarettes.
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