Supervisor seeks vaping ban

The chairman of the Adams County Board of Supervisors wants to ban the use of e-cigarettes (or vaping) on or in county property.

Chuck Neumann said he plans to discuss the vaping subject with other supervisors and look at passing a resolution to ban e-cigarettes on county property.

“They (e-cigarettes) are not good for you,” Neumann said. “About four or five years ago, we went with a tobacco-free campus (on all county property). Allowing e-cigarettes is like another foothold for tobacco.

“If you want to do it in your own home, fine. I don’t think it should be used on public property.”

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