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ISSUE: E-cigarette use in public places
OUR VIEW: Expanded smoking bans would cut confusion
In many cities across Kentucky, including Elizabethtown and Radcliff, smokers have been stepping outside public buildings to light up for years.
But in recent years, vapers have been popping up and puffing away in restaurants, workplaces and other public areas.
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