Cleveland City Council approved a sweeping change Monday night.
They voted in favor of raising the minimum age to 21 of those who can buy tobacco products and e-cigarettes in Cleveland. It passed 13 to 3.
The legislation bans stores from selling cigarettes, tobacco and e-cigarettes to those under 21 in the City of Cleveland.
The first offense would be a fourth-degree misdemeanor, which could result in 30 days in jail or a $250 fine. Additional offenses would be second-degree misdemeanors and that could potentially mean 90 days in jail.