Citing danger, PMA urges e-cigarettes ban

New E-Cigarette Store Takes the Smoke Out of Smoking

technology company said on Monday. Last Thursday, Ma Ailun, a 23-year-old woman from China’s western Xinjiang region and a flight attendant with China Southern Airlines, was electrocuted when she took a call on the charging mobile telephone, the official Xinhua news agency quoted police as saying on Sunday. Chin chin! British PM Cameron links to spoof Twitter account Reuters – Mon, Jul 15, 2013 LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister David Cameron fell victim to a Twitter spoof on Monday when he sent a message linked to a fake account that lampoons the government and portrays ministers as a privileged elite.
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California is not the friendliest place for a smoker; the state has outlawed smoking in most places, even proposing a bill which would ban citizens from smoking in their own homes if they lived in a housing unit that shared walls, floor, ceiling or ventilation systems. Although you must be 18 to purchase one, e-cigarette companies boast that they can be used virtually anywhere: bars, restaurants, offices, and, as Horne insists, even on airplanes. Ive flown all over the world and used electronic cigarettes, Horne said. But while Horne says he gets more questions than freak-outs, government officials at the state level are not so complacently curious.State Senator Ellen Corbett introduced legislation this year which would treat e-cigarettes like regular ones, banning them from clubs, restaurants, bars, public buildings and any enclosed workplace.
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