With e-cigarettes, where vapors rise, so does debate
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Antismoking groups push for veto of R.I. e-cigarette legislation
If approved, Rhode Island would join roughly two dozen other states that ban minors from using e-cigarettes, according to tobacco and e-cigarette industry officials. The legislation comes as more attention is being focused on the products, which have been widely distributed for less than a decade. But with no federal regulations yet, states such as Rhode Island seeking to impose laws are faced with a basic but critical question: how to define an e-cigarette. Nine states, including Vermont and New Hampshire, have revised their definition of tobacco products to include e-cigarettes and other related products, according to Kevin OFlaherty, advocacy director for the national Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. That subjects them to the same taxes, regulations and licensing requirements as traditional cigarettes and cigars.
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State Sen. Ellen Corbett, D-San Leandro, has introduced legislation that would treat e-cigarettes which use a battery to vaporize a solution of fogging agents, flavors and nicotine when the user drags on them or presses a button like cigarettes and ban them from restaurants, schools and workplaces. Health groups, including the California Medical Association, warn that e-cigarettes are not medically approved by the U.S.
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