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October 30, 2013

Public responding to decision to ban e-cigarettes from city property


Ada — Protest

Tristan Johnson of Ada Vapors said he did not oppose the city’s decision to ban tobacco products on public property, but he wished the council had gathered more information on e-cigarettes before restricting them.

“It should have been something debated for a long time, especially when you have a 3-2 vote,” he said.

Johnson said local vapor shops and the Oklahoma Vapor Advocacy League are circulating a petition protesting the city’s decision to ban e-cigarettes on public property. He estimated that petition organizers have collected more than 1,000 signatures so far.

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