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No more vaping indoors if bill passes

Two bills before the state House would regulate e-cigarettes the same as tobacco

January 17, 2014
By Steve Browne , Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - In 1975, Minnesota became the first state to ban smoking in public places under the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act (MCIAA). In 2007, the state Legislature amended the law to include the Freedom to Breathe Act, which prohibited smoking in public places and public meetings. Now the author of the MCIAA wants to add e-cigarettes to the legislation.

 
 

 

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