“I feel like I’m in a time machine. I was here and participating in 1983 when San Francisco passed a smoking law … and it was the same arguments – that it would destroy freedom, that it would destroy America, that it would ruin everything. That there was no evidence secondhand smoke is dangerous. It was not true when we were talking about secondhand smoke in 1983, and it’s not true when we are talking about e-cigarettes now.” That’s the head of UCSF’s Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education who is working to apply the city’s anti-smoking laws to e-cigs.

+ And the L.A. City Council is considering “a proposal to treat e-cigarettes like conventional cigarettes and prohibit them in nearly every workplace and many outdoor spaces.”

+ This is how one would try to smoke 100 cigarettes at once.