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Health Advocates Seek to Expand Smoking Ban to E-Cigarettes


Kansans have gotten used to smoke-free public places.  But there are now calls to make them vapor-free as well. Andy Marso of the KHI News Service explains.

A new national study may be a factor in the Kansas debate on e-cigarettes. The study funded by the National Cancer Institute found that nearly 40 percent of young people who started using e-cigarettes moved on to regular cigarettes within a year.