NSW to continue allowing vaping in public

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NSW to continue allowing vaping in public

June 29, 2015

The sale of electronic cigarettes to minors and their use in cars with minors present are due to be banned after new laws were passed in the parliament of New South Wales, Australia, according to a story by Nicole Hasham for the Sydney Morning Herald.

The new laws will mean also that the sale, packaging, advertising and display of the devices will be subjected to further regulation.

But after the introduction of the laws, electronic cigarettes may continue to be used in enclosed spaces such as cafés and on public transport because the government refused a push by other parties to have the devices treated like tobacco products.

Category: Breaking News

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