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Dr. Robert Brookland, chair of radiation oncology at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, speaks at a press conference held on Tuesday, Nov. 25, urging Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to veto a bill passed by the City Council that would allow the use of e-cigarettes in some businesses. Also shown are (from left) Bonita Pennino, government relations director for the Cancer Action Network, and Del. Barbara Frush, who also spoke out against the bill. (The Daily Record/Alissa Gulin)
Dr. Robert Brookland, chair of radiation oncology at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, speaks at a press conference held on Tuesday, Nov. 25, urging Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to veto a bill passed by the City Council that would allow the use of e-cigarettes in some businesses. Also shown are (from left) Bonita Pennino, government relations director for the Cancer Action Network, and Del. Barbara Frush, who also spoke out against the bill. (The Daily Record/Alissa Gulin)

‘Vaping’ foes to push for statewide ban

Mayor says she will sign bill to allow e-cigarettes

Some public health advocates are calling on Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to veto a bill passed by the City Council that would allow e-cigarettes to be used in consenting bars, restaurants and casinos.

About Alissa Gulin

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

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