Three area school districts have published a letter to businesses asking for assistance in keeping vape products out of the hands of minors. The superintendents of Hardin County School, Elizabethtown Independent Schools and Larue County Schools are asking that they consider moving vape related products behind a counter and to provide additional training to employees to keep vapes from being sold to juveniles. According to the statement, students have told school officials that they have been able to purchase vape products illegally from businesses in Hardin and Larue counties. Most vaping products are unregulated and dosage levels of chemicals in them are not precise. Vapes can also be lined with extremely dangerous drugs like Fentanyl. You can view the letter on the websites and Facebook pages for the districts.