(Minneapolis, MN)  --  The Minnesota Hemp Association is joining health officials and anti-smoking advocates in calling for more changes in the wake of recent lung injuries and deaths tied to vaping.  Spokesman Joe Radinovich (ruh-din-UH'-vitch) says they've asked for lawmakers to consider additional funding to promote research behind some of these illnesses and to help better understand what the impact of vaping could be on a person.  The M-H-A is also urging a statewide ban on vaping products for people under 21.  A 65-year-old man's death in August was related to a lung injury associated with vaping an illicit T-H-C product.  No illnesses have linked to state regulated medical cannabis products.