At least 18 people today have died from vaping-connected illnesses across 15 U.S. states and additional than 100 circumstances of lung injuries linked with e-cigarettes have been reported across the nation. In response, Massachusetts banned the sale of all vape goods for four months. Other states, like Michigan, have enacted flavored vape bans. Kris Krane, president and co-founder of 4Front says prohibition will not resolve the vaping crisis and argues legalizing cannabis could be the answer. Krane joined Cheddar to clarify.