Amongst the health care organizations behind this initiative is the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, and the proposed ban would extend to bars and restaurants, education settings, hospitals, buses, indoor arenas, bingo halls, zoos and job sites.
The effort to implement vaping regulations seems to have gained further momentum following the firing of the U.S. surgeon general and the announcement that the FDA
is giving the vaping industry a three month reprieve.
In the recent months, several harsh vaping regulations
have popped up around the State. Yet, according to an article published earlier this week on The Buffalo News, this effort seems to have gained further momentum following the firing of the U.S. surgeon general
and the announcement by the FDA that it is giving the vaping industry a three month reprieve
“We want to establish a principle that anybody can use an electronic cigarette, but in those situations where it’s indoors and other people may be disturbed, you may not,’’ said Senate sponsor, Kemp Hannon, who is an influential chairman of the Health Committee.