(Las Vegas, NV) — Electronic cigarettes are becoming popular among smokers, but a growing number of Las Vegas locations are banning the devices.
Many smokers have switched to e-cigarettes
UNLV has asked students not to use e-cigarettes inside the student union or near outside doors.
At University Medical Center, you can smoke an e-cigarette only in designated areas.
The Southern Nevada Health District has banned them from its campus.
Last month, Nevada and three dozen other states urged the FDA to come up with rules covering the sale and advertising of e-cigarettes to minors.