That is what the headlines could read soon if they didn’t chill and take a more logical approach.
Basically the city of St. Paul is putting the breaks on requiring stores that sell ecigs at the moment to have a license like any other place that sells tobacco products. Well for one ecigs don’t contain tobacco. So how can you require a license for something that doesn’t contain a certain thing??? That is like telling the ice cream man he needs a firearms license to sell ice cream.
Well hopefully the people in charge of the city realize ecigs are a great thing to help people quit smoking. It is not a myth and doesn’t need to be proven by the FDA to know they work. Ask around and you will find the answer.
Here is the link to the original story I am talking about if you would like to read it.
<a href="http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/cities/archive/2013/02/st-paul-uncertain-about-e-cigarettes.shtml” target=”_blank”>http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collect…ttes.shtml