Smokers Fight City Over E-Cigarette Ban

, New York Law Journal

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Citizens Lobbying Against Smoker Harassment argues that the Smoke-Free Air Act was designed to protect the public from exposure to second-hand smoke and cannot be extended to cover electronic cigarettes which do not emit smoke.

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  • Atticus Finch

    I am amused by a populace that buys into the hype that something not fully tested isn‘t harmful to them, and that it‘s ok to do it until they hear otherwise. I wonder how many would feel the same if they knew the active ingredient in the chemical compound that they "vape" is basically embalming fluid.

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