From Vaping 360 :
That provision of the rule was probably changed because it received a lot of negative attention, including in a Detroit News op-ed  by Jesse Kelley and Carrie Wade of the Washington think tank R Street Institute. Criminalizing possession of a smoke-free nicotine product when cigarettes are available in every corner store is bizarre, but no more bizarre than a health department creating rules that function as criminal statutes.
- “Vaping 360”: https://vaping360.com/vape-news/84519/14-days-to-prohibition-new-york-and-michigan-pass-flavor-bans/
- “Detroit News op-ed”: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/2019/09/16/opinion-vape-flavor-ban-doesnt-help-kids-hurts-adults/2291817001/