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E-cigarette vendors voice prohibition concerns to Bradley Co. commissioners

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CLEVELAND, TN (Times Free Press) - A number of e-cigarette vendors on Monday shared their concerns about the scope of proposed restrictions on increasingly popular "vaping" devices in Bradley County.

Last week, County Commissioner Charlotte Peak-Jones announced plans to consider banning the use of e-cigarettes in county government buildings.

At a meeting Monday, Steve Nair, owner and manager of Mountain Oak Vapors, questioned Bradley County commissioners as more than two dozen e-cigarette business professionals and consumers listened.

"We don't exactly know what you guys are considering right now," Nair said. "We are certainly in support of you doing something in the county buildings, like the courthouse and town halls and things of this nature."

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