Ada City Council bans e-cigarettes on public property

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ADA, Okla. – Ada City Council is banning the use of tobacco products, even e-cigarettes on public property, according to Oklahoma Watchdog.

More and more Oklahomans’ have turned to “vapes” or e-cigarettes to quit smoking.

For those who don’t know, e-cigarettes or “vapes” heat liquid containing nicotine to produce vapor. In addition to water, the e-cigs typically contain vegetable oil glycerine, artificial flavoring.

Although e-cigs don’t leave clean air with actual smoke, Ada and many other areas and establishments prohibit the devices.

For more information about Ada’s choice to ban e-cigarettes on public property visit

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