No more vaping on Oklahoma school grounds.
Vaping involves inhaling a vapor created by heating infused liquids in a small, battery-powered tank that usually contains nicotine.
Governor Kevin Stitt signed that bill into law this week. A lot of school districts already have their own ban on e-cigarettes, but this ban expands it to all districts state-wide, making the rule easier to enforce on campus.
Beginning July 1st, Senate Bill 33 expands the Tobacco-Free Schools Act, to ban e-cigarettes not only from campus, but school buses and at school sponsored events.