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The Coon Rapids City Council March 2 adopted the ordinance which adds language to include electronic delivery devices and a new manager provision.City to consider ban on indoor e-cigarettes Fergus Falls Daily Journal - March 13, 2016 The proposed ordinance would ban the use of e-cigarettes in any place where smoking is already banned by the Minnesota Clean Indoor Act. Mille Lacs County considers tobacco-free facilities Mille Lacs County Times (blog) - March 11, 2016 The Association for Nonsmokers-Minnesota presented information to the Mille Lacs County Board at its March 1 meeting about how and why the county should implement completely tobacco-free grounds.Tlougan said he like the option of restricting tobacco businesses to the ...County to consider tobacco, e-cigarette rules Mankato Free Press - August 8, 2016 MANKATO Blue Earth County could soon follow the lead of Nicollet County in implementing a strict tobacco-free policy on county grounds.Erin Simmons, program manager with the Minnesota Lung Association, spoke during the public comment period of a recent Blue Earth County Board meeting to urge commissioners to also update the county ordinance governing tobacco retail licensing to apply to e-cigarette vendors.She would also like to see the county prohibit e-cigarettes in public, indoor places where regular cigarettes are banned, a change the city of Mankato implemented two years ago.New Ulm Appears Poised To Restrict E-Cigs KEYC - March 17, 2016 The jury is still out on the health impact of electronic cigarettes, but that's not stopping local governments from treating it the same as tobacco. Electronic Cigarette Supporters Say Fires Are Preventable - March 17, 2016 And this week, Delta confirmed to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS that firefighters boarded a flight in Atlanta after an e-cigarette started a fire shortly before takeoff, with ... Republican Eagle - March 17, 2016 Approved the proposed Goodhue County Tobacco Use Policy. Approved an amendment to a Conditional Use Permit for Nate Icaza and ...Clear Way Minnesota(SM) funds new research grants PR Newswire (press release ) March 17, 2016 The tobacco industry heavily markets menthol cigarettes to African ...

Council to consider restricting tobacco businesses to downtown district - August 19, 2016 Also included for consideration was the opportunity to make licensing changes, ...

Ecumen campus goes smoke-free Duluth News Tribune - August 1, 2016 The Ecumen Lakeshore retirement community in Duluth implemented a new smoke-free campus policy on Monday for residents, medical rehabilitation patients, staff members and visitors. Cloud Times - July 16, 2016 Half of all Minnesotans are now protected from secondhand exposure to the harmful chemicals in e-cigarette aerosol. Teachers: E-cigarette ban would deter youth use Fergus Falls Daily Journal - March 19, 2016 If e-cigarette smoking is banned in public places in Fergus Falls, education leaders believe tobacco education efforts could change for the better in the area.

Renee Erickson, Fergus Falls Middle and High School health teacher, believes that passing the ban is beneficial because e-cigarette smoke still releases harmful chemicals into the air and contains addictive properties.

With a tobacco-free grounds policy, there would be zero tobacco of any form on county property, including regular and electronic cigarettes (vaporized nicotine), ...

Goodhue County Board briefs Republican Eagle - March 5, 2016 Board approves tobacco policy Commissioners voted 4-1 to approve an updated tobacco policy for county property and authorize staff to set the locations of designated smoking areas.