TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey lawmakers have again sent a measure to Gov. Chris Christie to raise the smoking age in the state to 21.

The Democratic-controlled state Assembly on Thursday approved raising the age to 21 from 19 for purchasing tobacco or electronic cigarette devices.

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The Senate previously approved the measure and it’s now up to the Republican Christie, who vetoed a similar measure in January 2016.

It’s not clear how he will act this time.

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New Jersey would be the second state to have a smoking age of 21, along with Hawaii.

It passed on Thursday by a vote of 53-16, with six abstentions.

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