Local students lead charge against ENDS

Photo: Eighth graders from Pinedale Middle School testify about ENDS before the Joint Committee on Revenue on Sept. 18. Pictured, from left, are Dustin Larsen, Anna Lehr, Trista Covill, Reagan Davis and Dodge Normington.

©Pinedale Roundup/Robert Galbreath photo, shared with permission.

A group of brave local students stepped forward to testify before the state Joint Committee on Revenue about the rising abuse of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) in their schools at a meeting held in Pinedale on Sept. 18.

In a room packed with state legislators, local and state officials and corporate lobbyists,

the students from Pinedale Middle School, Big Piney High School and Kemmerer

High School eloquently spoke about the daily trail of damage left by ENDS at their schools.

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Written by Robert Galbreath, shared with permission from the Pinedale Roundup.


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