Known for their cheese, specifically fried cheese curds, Wisconsin is the cheese-making capital of the United States. The local flavor is one that Wisconsinites come to know and love which stems into their foodie culture and emphasis as a food state. Wisconsin is also known as the original home of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle company, home to 11 Native American tribes, and the birthplace of the renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. When it snows during the wintertime, Wisconsinites enjoy snowmobiling, ice fishing, sledding, Nordic skiing, and snow shoeing during the cold wintery months, as well as other wintertime recreational activities. Then in the warmer times of the year, Wisconsin becomes a great spot for fishing, rafting, camping, and music festivals such as Summerfest which is the biggest outdoor music festival on Earth.
Like West Virginia, Wisconsin too prohibits the sale or distribution of vape products to children under 18-years-old. Wisconsin also holds a state-wide restriction on the use of vape products specifically in or at the indoor facilities at the Wisconsin State fair. Vaping is not considered smoking in Wisconsin, meaning there is not any sort of statewide prohibition of the products. Even where smoking is banned in Wisconsin, vape products and e-cigarettes are still allowed. Of course, business owners and property owners have the right to restrict vaping of any kind on their premises and anyone who is or was vaping will have to abide by those regulations. The local municipal governments of cities and towns may be more restrictive on vaping given their governance over restaurants, bars, and enclosed places. There are currently 10 cities and counties within Wisconsin which banned vaping products and devices from their bars, restaurants, and enclosed workplaces. These localities include; Onalaska, Ashwaubenon, Florence County, Dane County, Greenfield, Janesville, La Cross County, Jefferson County, Madison, and Wausau.