Vaping advocate Gregory Conley of the American Vaping Association said he feels banning vaping is unfair and ignores science he says demonstrates that vaping doesn't pose hazards. "In this case, it's utterly dishonest to redefine smoking as a smoke free product. In contrast to second hand smoke, there's no evidence that aerosols pose a threat to the health of bystanders."
In a press release on his website, Leno said that e-cigarettes should be considered a tobacco product despite being "sold in a modern or trendy disguise."
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