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Colorado town proposing e-cig, cigarette ban on buses

Posted on December 13, 2016

COLORADO SPRINGS — City officials are set to introduce an ordinance to the city council that would ban the use of e-cigarettes on all city buses and bus-boarding areas, as well as ban regular cigarette use inside of the area’s downtown terminal, KOAA reports.

While the e-cigarette industry has strongly come out against the regulation, City of Colorado Springs officials say they have had a number of complaints about cigarette smoking, particularly in the downtown terminal where the lack of ventilation causes both irritation and potential public health issues for passengers. For the full story, click here.

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