Advocates for vapor products objected to a Kansas City ordinance that bans the use of nicotine alternatives in indoor public areas such as bars and restaurants. That ordinance takes effect in mid-January.
Advocates for vapor products objected to a Kansas City ordinance that bans the use of nicotine alternatives in indoor public areas such as bars and restaurants. That ordinance takes effect in mid-January. Timothy Fadek Bloomberg
Advocates for vapor products objected to a Kansas City ordinance that bans the use of nicotine alternatives in indoor public areas such as bars and restaurants. That ordinance takes effect in mid-January. Timothy Fadek Bloomberg

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