Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Thursday urged lawmakers to close a loophole that allows e-cigarettes and vaping in public indoor locations where smoking is now banned.
Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Schmidt asked lawmakers to pass a bill that would apply the state's Indoor Clean Air Act to electronic cigarettes and vaping.
The Indoor Clean Air Act, passed in 2010, banned smoking at many public indoor places including restaurants and . . .
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