Vaping laws in the U.S. (and around the world) are continuing to evolve. On April 19th, 2014, a debated law went into effect in Los Angeles, banning people from vaping e-cigs in public places, including restaurants and bars.
The good news is: vaping will continue to be allowed in e-cig retail stores, dedicated vaping spots, and of course in non-public spaces.
This limitation on vaping has upset many, especially those who have been using e-cigs to help kick addiction to tobacco. For more info on this story, check out this story from 10 News.
What do you think of the new vaping laws in Los Angeles and elsewhere?