Government attempts to ban vaping everywhere smoking is prohibited have risen rapidly over the last few years. Multiple states have enacted such broad-based vaping bans.
Multiple localities have also enacted such extreme versions of vaping bans, including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, and Chicago where vaping is banned everywhere that smoking is banned. Some bans include indoor and outdoor locations such as parks, beaches, bars, and restaurant patios.
More sensible approaches limit vaping restrictions to places like schools, childcare facilities, playgrounds, and healthcare facilities. These laws allow vaping inside vape shops, and restaurant and bar owners decide if their customers can vape inside.
Vapor is not cigarette smoke. It shouldn’t always be treated the same.
Vaper Rights believes: