By: Angela Garrity
Thursday brings Minnesotans a new law that will ban vaping for them in most indoor public places, KVRR reports. The Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act (MCIAA), an extension of the Freedom to Breathe Act, prohibits the use of e–cigarettes and vaping devices in most indoor areas.
Interestingly, the MCIAA does not prohibit outdoor smoking or vaping, regardless of the distance from building openings such as doors and windows. Smoke or vapor drifting in from outside of a building is not covered by the MCIAA.
Vaping devices prescribed by a doctor are also excluded from the law.
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