California health officials say electronic cigarettes are a health threat, especially to children, and should be strictly regulated like tobacco products.
The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday night banning their use in public places.
City officials Tuesday revealed a new policy to curb the illegal sale of both tobacco and e-cigarette products to minors.
A Los Angeles City Council committee approved a proposal Monday to sharply restrict the use of electronic cigarettes — known as “e-cigarettes” — in no-smoking public areas.
Beverly Hills has joined the list of cities moving to regulate e-cigarettes in the same way as tobacco products.
After taking a stand as the only University of California campus to allow electronic cigarettes and chewing tobacco, UC Irvine has reversed its decision under pressure from UC officials.
The City Council Wednesday voted to halt sales of electronic cigarettes to minors.
A Los Angeles city councilman doesn’t want minors to get their hands on electronic cigarettes.
Inland Empire smokers trying to kick the habit with so-called electronic cigarettes will have to do so outdoors, thanks to an approved ban by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.