The measure puts e-cigs behind the counter and requires child-safe packaging.
The new law prohibits e-cigarette use in several public places, including government buildings, public schools, and most health care facilities. Some residential health care facilities have smoking rooms where e-cigarettes can still be used.
Beginning January 1, 2015 the law will require child resistant packaging of e-cigarette liquids sold in Minnesota.
The law also prohibits anyone under 18 years of age to possess an e-cigarette nicotine dispenser on public school grounds.
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