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The City of Melbourne has is proposing to ban e-cigarettes and vaping after an attempt to synchronise the city’s local laws with Victorian tobacco laws.  

“E-cigarettes are relatively new, but we know that there is a possible link to serious lung disease and growing evidence that e-cigarettes can lead young people to start smoking regular cigarettes,” Lord Mayor Sally Capp said last month.

Cr Capp said it was “concerning” to see that 20 per cent of students between the ages of 16 and 17 had experimented with vaping.