Sunday, March 1, 2015

E Cigarettes on the trail to be banned in California.

  With a study in their hands that finds electronic cigarettes may expose users to high levels of formaldehyde. the California senate has introduced a bill that would define the controversial devices as tobacco products and treat them as such.
  
   Filed Monday by state Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), the bill would subject e-cigarettes -- battery-powered tubes that vaporize liquid nicotine instead of burning tobacco -- to the state’s existing anti-smoking laws, effectively banning "vaping" in workplaces, schools, restaurants, bars, hospitals, public transit and everywhere else traditional cigarettes are forbidden.
 
   For those of you who think this is for the good health of California. It's not tobacco you have been smoking to much of. E cigarettes are a response to the bands on tobacco. Ban E cigarettes and the maket will find a new way around the ban.
 
  The bill is sponsored by the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association.