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San Francisco becomes first US city to ban e-cigarette sales

Wales Online Thursday, 27 June 2019
San Francisco becomes first US city to ban e-cigarette salesJuul, the most popular e-cigarette producer in the US said the move would drive smokers back to cigarettes and create a black market
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News video: San Francisco To Vote On E-cigarette Sales Ban

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According to CNN, San Francisco is set to become the first US city to ban the sale of e-cigarettes. The city's board of supervisors is scheduled to vote on the decision on June 25th. The ordinance states that no person can sell or distribute an electronic cigarette within the city limits. But the...

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