Nev. Senate Pushes Bill To Curb E-Cigarette Use In Public

Law360, New York (March 2, 2015, 7:34 PM EST) -- A Nevada Senate committee on Monday introduced a bill to restrict the use of electronic cigarettes in certain public places, including malls and the indoor spaces of restaurants, in the same way that the state already restricts traditional tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes and pipes. 

The state's Senate Finance Committee introduced Senate Bill 201, which seeks to modify the Nevada Clean Indoor Act, a measure that the state's voters approved in 2006 to restrict smoking in places including schools and indoor workplaces. The bill introduced on...
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