A new report shows that the number of seventh, ninth and eleventh graders engaged in vaping—breathing in drugs like nicotine as vapor rather than smoke, usually through the use of electronic cigarettes—has more than doubled in Marin County in the past two years. According to the data, which was released as part of the 2017-2018 California . . .

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