Most people associate Kentucky with fried chicken and horse racing. However, there is much more to this famous Bluegrass State. From an extensive list of celebrities, historical figures, to top quality bourbon and fascinating tourist attractions, the state of Kentucky is home to plenty of interesting things. For example did you know that the longest known cave system on the planet, i.e the Mammoth Cave, is found in southern Kentucky. The cave is the 2nd oldest tourist attraction in the US, right behind the renown Niagara Falls. Kentucky is also home to lots of movie stars, athletes, musicians, and historical figures. Some of them include; Abraham Lincoln (16th president of US), Johnny Depp, George Clooney, Ashley Judd, Muhammad Ali, Jennifer Lawrence, Billy Ray Cyrus, Joan Osbourne, Patty Loveless, and Loretta Lynn. If that’s not enough, Kentucky is known to produce 95% of all bourbon (which is there signature liquor). It is said that there are more barrels of bourbon than people in Kentucky.
Kentucky Vaping Laws
The Kentucky vaping law describes vapes as any non-combustible product which uses a heating element, power source, battery, electronic circuit, or any other electronic, mechanical or chemical means, regardless of size or shape, which can be utilized to deliver vaporized nicotine to the user inhaling from the device. The state has no nationwide vape ban, however, it prohibits vaping in buildings, vehicles, on land and any other properties that are owned by State Executive branch. The ban excludes specific outdoor areas like parks, Kentucky state fairgrounds and Kentucky horse park. That said, it’s important to note that some localities do regulate vaping much more strictly than the state. They include;
-Danville; Prohibits vaping in all enclosed workplaces such as bars, restaurants, and also within 10 ft of the building’s entrance.
-Bardstown; Vaping is banned in all indoor workplaces, including restaurants and bars.
-Glasgow; Prohibits vaping in restaurants and bars, but not in all enclosed workplaces.
-Berea; Vaping is prohibited in indoor workplaces, including both bars and restaurants.
-Lexington; Vape regulations prohibit vaping in all workplaces.