HONOLULU —Electronic cigarettes are now banned from Hawaii state government buildings. Health Director Linda Rosen says tests show vapors or aerosols from e-cigarettes contain nicotine, toxic chemicals and other carcinogens that are just as harmful as secondhand smoke from regular cigarettes.
2014-10-15 | kitv.com
While the health risks, or benefits, of e-cigarettes are still unknown, the city has moved to ban them from bars, restaurants and other public spaces including parks.
2014-10-10 | dailymail.co.uk
Fareed speaks with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto about whether marijuana should be legalized.
2014-10-05 | globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com