E-cigarettes to be treated same as tobacco under new Queensland legislation
Soon, no one will vapor here, any more.
E-cigarettes will be treated the same as tobacco and other smoking products in Queensland, under new legislation to be introduced in parliament on Tuesday.
E-cigarettes, some of which use liquid nicotine - a substance already banned in the state - produce a vapor instead of smoke, which has been marketed as a more attractive option to smokers attempting to quit.
E-cigarettes have also been exempt from laws which applied to traditional smoking products.
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