ASHLAND - The Board of Health unanimously approved new regulations Tuesday night that restrict the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine delivery products such as e-cigarettes.
The board also passed a regulation banning the use of the use of e-cigarettes in any area where smoking is prohibited.
Both regulations go into effect Jan. 1.
Under the first regulation, flavored tobacco or e-cigarettes can only be sold in smoking bars or retail tobacco stores. A retail tobacco store is defined as a store with a permit to sell tobacco and nicotine products that does not sell food or admit customers under age 21. Currently there are no retail tobacco stores in Ashland, according to the Board of Health.
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