The leader of the local "Vaping" community speaks out, a day after the Director of Oklahoma's Poison Control Center warned of the dangers of liquid nicotine. But both men insist they are unified in a common cause.
Sean Gore operates "Get Vaped" in Edmond. His and 17 stores like it around Oklahoma sell vaping devices, and the liquid nicotine that goes inside of them.
Gore says while liquid nicotine is very toxic if you drink it or even get some on your skin, he supports regulations. He says he wants to make it mandatory for all bottles of liquid nicotine to have child safety caps.
"Keep these things out of the reach of your children. You wouldn't allow bleach or household cleaning chemicals out there for your kids to reach," he said.