AFP
December 20, 2013

E-cigarette (via Wikimedia Commons Merak Marey)
E-cigarette (via Wikimedia Commons Merak Marey)

New York City has voted to extend its strict smoking ban to e-cigarettes, barring them from bars, restaurants, parks, beaches and other public places.

The bill, approved late Thursday, is expected to be signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the coming days and will then come into effect after 180 days, his spokesman said.

E-cigarettes are battery-powered and deliver doses of nicotine and other additives via aerosol.

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