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A shopper browses a variety of electronic smoking devices at District Charm Vapory. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
A shopper browses a variety of electronic smoking devices at District Charm Vapory. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Baltimore expected to ban ‘vaping’ in most public places

The ban would apply to playgrounds and inside public buildings, except in so-called “vape shops” and in bars and restaurants that expressly decide to allow it.

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Alissa Gulin covers health care, education and general business at The Daily Record.

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