"Potentially harmful chemicals", huh? Let's see what those might be…
The study showed that e-cigarettes are a source of secondhand exposure to nicotine but not to combustion toxicants…The average concentration of nicotine resulting from smoking tobacco cigarettes was 10 times higher than from e-cigarettes (31.60 vs. 3.32 µg/m3, respectively).
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LA bans e-cigs indoorss
Los Angeles e-cig ban takes effect
E-cigarettes are now banned in bars, restaurants and other public areas.