By: Capitol News Service
March 21, 2019
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CNS) – Without fanfare or debate, it took only 29 seconds for the Florida Senate on Thursday morning to grant the wishes of voters when it comes to banning vapots on the air. workplace.
"It's the bill that implements amendment 9, adding the ban on vaping to existing smoking bans in indoor workplaces," said Senate MLA Wilton. Simpson.
It was adopted with unanimous support.
Violation of this prohibition could result in a fine of at least $ 250 and up to $ 750 for a first offense.
The vaping is allowed in independent bars and vape shops.