Cade Hyde, Student Body President of Davis High School, presented to the Kaysville Rotary Club about SAEV's push to have legislation passed to increase restrictions and taxes on electronic cigarettes. 
The Kaysville Rotary Club is proud to support local students as they strive to better our community and world, as well as getting involved and seeing that they can make a difference at any age if they really believe in what they are fighting for.
Cade conveyed very personal feelings of losing friends to harder drugs, after they first experimented with e-cigarettes. He cited studies that suggest e-cigarettes are the new gateway drugs.
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