Public health officials say the number of people who have died or have gotten ill after using e-cigarettes or other vaping products is rising, and they're still trying to figure out why. It's led to plenty of warnings about e-cigarettes and put a spotlight on illegal vaping operations. Bristol, Wis., is just north of the Wisconsin-Illinois state line. In early September, law enforcement officials conducted a raid at a condo unit located in a winding subdivision of new homes and houses still under construction. "They were able to uncover 31,000 filled cartridges with THC oil," says Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth, who lined up some of the items from the drug bust on a table. In a state where marijuana is still illegal, Beth says they found Mason jars...
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Wisconsin Woman And Her Sons Charged With Running Illegal Vaping Operation