Colleges get the clue – and begin banning e-cigarettes on campus

Universities are beginning to make moves against e-cigarette use on campuses by including the devices among the list of banned tobacco products. Many college campuses are smoke-free, making the e-cigarette a technical loophole, but universities like Idaho State University, Missouri State University, the University of Texas at Austin, and eventually, all University of California campuses have decided to rewrite their smoke-free policies to include e-cigarettes.

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