Faux-smoke free city

This isn’t her first time to ban a product on state property.

Two years ago, Fallin signed a similar order that prohibits the use of real tobacco products.

Mary, surely you have something better to do such as promoting economic
development, showing support for the American Indian Cultural Center or
helping write constitutionally sound tax cut bills.

We’re just asking, but where did the guv get her medical degree? If health concerns or impacts are unknown, why ban the e-cigs?

her rationale: “Many electronic cigarettes look like traditional
cigarettes and emit a vapor that looks like smoke. This creates
confusion for employees and visitors and presents enforcement challenges
for state agencies.”

Really? Are you sticking with that comment, governor?

Sounds pretty lame, but we’re getting used to it.

Gazette staff

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