This Doctor Leone is a Piece of Work…” If other Smokers Saw…”
This past weekend, a city-wide ban of electronic cigarettes went into effect in Los Angeles. Before the new law, vapors — as e-cigarette users like to call themselves — enjoyed inhaling their liquid nicotine in public spaces like bars, beaches, restaurants and parks. Now, electronic-smoking devices are prohibited in the same areas as traditional tobacco, following other majors cities like New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Of course, the new measure did not come without controversy and debate. Last month, vapor shops and smoking groups across town protested the bill after it was voted into effect by city council. While they failed to overturn the regulation, protesters did encourage lawmakers to continue allowing e-cigarette use in vaping lounges. Jett Conley, an employee at Natural Vapes in West Los Angeles, said there’s been a lot of complaining from customers. “It’s nice that you can vape in vape shops, but as soon as…
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