The Michigan Senate has approved and sent to the House bills that prohibit the selling of electronic cigarettes to those under the age of 18 in Michigan. Sponsors say the idea is to protect young people, since e-cigarettes deliver nicotine. Governor Rick Snyder and certain health advocacy groups oppose the bills, since they are not in line with standard tobacco regulations, such as taxation. E-cigarettes deliver nicotine through vapor instead of smoke. However, according to health officialsm, health risks of E-Cigarettes are not clear.