ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — You will soon have to be 21 to buy tobacco products in Maryland.

Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan signed a bill that raised the age from 18 to 21.

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The use of tobacco products has recently skyrocketed among teenagers- including vaping and e-cigarettes.

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The bill goes into effect this October and will apply to all types of tobacco products.

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It currently exempts members of the military.