California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed legislation to prohibit electronic cigarette use in restaurants, theaters, schools, and other public places where smoking is already banned, reports the Los Angeles Times. Vaping businesses said the new law – which takes effect June 9 – will have a negative effect on them.
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