ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- The Orange Park City Council votes 5-0 to pass the e-cigarette ordinance.
The ordinance will ban the sale of e-cigarettes to people younger than 18, restrict e-cigarette use to areas where tobacco smoking is allowed, and specify how those products are displayed.
"I don't believe that forcing people to share the same areas as smokers who are trying to quit smoking is a good idea," said Christopher Johnston.
Johnston is a big advocate for electronic cigarettes. He says he started smoking when he was 16 and the only thing that could get him off cigarettes was the e-cigarette.
"It's the greatest thing that's come around," said Johnston.