Queens lawmakers’ bill geared toward cleaner streets and drug prevention becomes law

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The law state Senator Joseph Addabbo Jr. drafted to prohibit the sale of whipped cream chargers to people under the age of 21 goes into effect this month.

The law, which officially goes into effect on Nov. 25, attempts to limit young people’s accessibility to “whippits,” a form of inhalant drug found in common household items like whipped cream aerosols.

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