(Updated to include link to bill)
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Wednesday called for a law that would ban e-cigarettes and vaping at most indoor locations.
Schmidt introduced a bill that would add the use of electronic cigarettes to the definition of “smoking” governed by the state's Indoor Clean Air Act, which bans smoking in many public places.
“We see no logical reason to protect indoor vaping in public places where indoor smoking is already prohibited by law,” Schmidt said in a statement.
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