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.

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.

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

Comments (3)
  1. I know people who put meth in the vapor and smoke it in public blowing clouds of Meth vape for everyone to breath in.

  2. Some people, kids too, put hash oil in them vapor things and smoke it in public.