MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota House voted for a statewide ban on vaping in bars, restaurants, and workplaces.

The bill would restrict the use of e-cigarettes wherever tobacco smoking is already banned.

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The Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act prohibits smoking in most public buildings and workplaces.

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The move is aimed at trying to reverse the growing popularity of e-cigarettes among young people.

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Supporters hope the bill will now get a hearing in the Minnesota Senate.