A veto override on Wednesday would mean changes for the Missouri e-cigarette industry.
Wrap: An e-cigarette bill would prohibit the sale of alternative nicotine and vapor products to minors.
It also contains a provision that would restrict these products from being regulated as traditional tobacco products.
Columbia Republican Representative Caleb Rowden says the governor's veto of the bill is purely political.
|Description: "The governor decided to engage in a blatantly political game and in doing so, you know, potentially harmed and endangered minors in Missouri, and that's unfortunate."|
Governor Nixon wrote in his July veto message the bill harms Missourians because of the regulation provision.
Reporting from the state Capitol, I'm Nicole Shaddy.