Indoor e-cigarette ban clears House committee


A House committee late Wednesday afternoon advanced a bill that would ban e-cigarettes and vaping in many public indoor locations.

The House Judiciary Committee moved the bill out to the full chamber after amending to it to exclude vape shops.

The bill, pushed by Attorney General Derek Schmidt, closes a loophole that allowed e-cigarettes and vaping in public indoor locations where smoking is now banned.

The House committee's action came a day before another committee will considerSSJ

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