When they first came out, it seemed like electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) were the best of both worlds for smokers. They still could smoke but it was more accepted in public places without the smoke and smell. Now, another place is added to the list of where they're not allowed.

Governor Andrew Cuomo just signed a bill that would ban the use of electronic cigarettes on school grounds. According to News10 ABC, a survey done in March showed that e-cigarette use among high school students nearly doubled in the last two years. I understand that smoking is a right and I'm assuming the Surgeon General is talking about students who legally can purchase cigarettes and nicotine but the Surgeon General spoke out saying that e-cigarette use is becoming the most common used form of nicotine by people in that age group. The ban is statewide and includes all public and private school property. Do you agree with the Governor's decision?

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