Vape shops breathing easier

Owners of Chicago vape shops were relieved to learn customers will be able to use e-cigarettes inside shops that sell them. It was initially believed a recent ordinance applying tobacco rules to electronic cigarettes meant customers couldn’t “light up” in the stores.

DNAInfo.com reports the Chicago Department of Public Health clarified the ordinance: Adults over the age of 18 will be able to try and use products inside vape shops as long as the owners get a tobacco retailer license and put their products with nicotine in display cases that are not self-serve.

via DNAInfo.com

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