E-cigs in Chatham County, Georgia, pass through smoking ban
Recently, commissioners in Chatham County, Georgia, voted to remove clubs, bars and tobacco shops that only serve customers who are at least 21 from the proposed county-wide indoor smoking ban.
According to The Savannah Morning News, electronic cigarettes will also be allowed at these venues. While it's a bit surprising that traditional cigarettes are bypassing the ban in these places, it's not shocking to learn that e-cigs, which don't emit smoke, are being given the okay.
Smokeless cigarettes don't often fall under the jurisdiction of smoking bans, as they don't involve tobacco or smoke. They use an atomizer to transform a liquid nicotine solution (eLiquid) into vapor. People can use electronic cigarettes in many places where traditional cigarettes can't be smoked, which opens up a variety of new opportunities.
If you're tired of having to go elsewhere to get your nicotine fix, try an electronic cigarette instead. You won't have to get up from your seat - not even to find an ashtray!