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Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, D-Englewood, Other highlights of Mondays committee hearings included: Vaping An Assembly health panel voted 7-2 with two abstentions to advance a bill that would ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes except for tobacco, clove and menthol flavors. The legislation, which advanced out of a Senate committee in May , has pitted anti-smoking advocates, who say that many flavored electronic smoking products are targeted at children, against vaping enthusiasts, who say that their habit had enabled them to quit smoking tobacco cigarettes while still getting a nicotine hit. Basit Memon, who owns Aladdins Glass & Vape Shop in Lodi, said last year that e-cigarettes have helped many of his customers quit smoking. (Photo: Michael Karas/Staff Photographer) Current law prohibits the sale or distribution of cigarettes that have a characterizing flavor other than tobacco, clove, or menthol, but that prohibition does not apply to electronic smoking devices, smoke stick for deer cartridges or other components, including liquid refills, according to the bills sponsors. College fees The Assembly Higher Education Committee advanced a measure that seeks to add transparency to how public and for-profit degree-granting institutions in New Jersey determine their mandatory student fees. The bill would also require all colleges and universities in the state to provide a financial aid shopping sheet to each prospective student as part of its financial aid process. The sheet would include information about graduation rates, costs and expected debt. A Senate version of the bill, which is based on recommendations from the state comptroller in a 2016 report, passed unanimously in the Senate in May. Open space A Senate environment panel voted to advance a bill that would appropriate $59.5 million to the state Department of Environmental Protection to help fund the acquisition or development of land for recreation and preservation, including as part of the states Blue Acres program. The money comes from constitutionally dedicated corporation business tax revenues, an arrangement that state voters approved in a 2014 referendum.

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