Arizona is the 6th largest state in the United States, and interestingly, Arizona’s capital city i.e Phoenix, happens to be the 6th largest city in the United States. Phoenix is also the most populous state capital in the US and the 5th most populous city nationwide with more than one million people. Arizona is home of the renown Grand Canyon National Park, which is one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World. Other famous attractions include; the Hoover dam, Fort Apache, the Petrified Forest, the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch (the largest privately owned ostrich ranch in the US), and Lake Mead. The state animal is known as a ringtail, and the state flower is the Saguaro cactus flower which can only be found in Arizona’s Sonoran desert. There are over 23 national parks and monuments in the state of Arizona, making its’ count second only to California. Arizona also has a very diverse climate which can yield both the lowest temperatures and the highest temperatures across the US, on the same day.
Since the introduction of e-cigarettes in the US about a decade ago, there have been numerous changes to the rules and legislations governing their use. Here look at the changes in Arizona vaping laws and vaping regulations; In Arizona, there is no statewide vaping regulations, however, recent FDA rules prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes, vaping devices and any other tobacco products like pipe tobacco, cigars and hookahs to anyone under the age of 18 years. The use of E-cigarettes ad other tobacco products is also prohibited in vehicles and homes where there’s a foster child present. The vaping laws require vaping manufacturers to submit applications in order to sell the devices, and also require the cigarettes, vaping devices and any other tobacco products to carry warning labels about addictive properties of nicotine. In addition, the state of Arizona has instituted vaping regulations and vaping bans in various localities. The localities with vaping bans include; restaurants and bars.
Tempe has a vape ban in all enclosed work places, including the bars and restaurants, while Coconino county has a vape ban in all the aforementioned work places, except in bars.
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