Well my question is with the appeal of being able to sit down to a meal with you family without having to get up to smoke, or enjoy a movie with out counting the minutes till the credits, or being able to go out to a bar not having to go outside to smoke being such a big draw for smokers to try vaping, and the thus far shown lower risk that vapor has to cigarettes; do they really have the right to remove this motivation that could lead to millions of lives being improved or saved because of a possibly non-existent risk?
Also I love how all the ban supporters always say that the dozens of studies that have been done don't exist.
Also also what about stealth vape. If I'm not exhaling vapor then what is the level or risk. It's a very complicated question that's getting litigation way too soon based off of often vague or totally wrong information.