First of all, minors should probably not have access to nicotine-containing products period. There is a fair argument that teen smokers should be able to make the switch to vaping if that is the least worst option for them, but I’m not going to address that here. I’m also in support of plain-label packaging if that’s what it ultimately takes to get the people making these baseless claims to back off. What I’m not willing to do though, is accept their claim that a cartoon brand mascot is something that appeals to children more than it does to adults, or that certain flavors appeal more to children than they do to adults. The claim is that e-cigarette and e-liquid manufacturers are “targeting" “children" with their flavors, branding, and characters, and I put both “targeting" and “children" in quotes here, because neither are ever well-defined by the people making these arguments.